Kittie, your space is just absolutely gorgeous. The paint color definitely contributes to the atmosphere. I particularly love the renovated bathroom and the custom closet with the vacuum storage drawer (everything fits so nicely!). I can just imagine lounging on the couch, looking out of the airy windows.
Kittie's Tiny Tudor City Triumph House Tour | Apartment Therapy New York
|3/6/10 8:33 PM|
Actually, the BeoSound 9000 is appropriate also for those who tinker with their equipment and aspire for the highest sound quality. It features a digital output which can be connected to the D/A converter, preamp, amp and speakers of the owner's choice. In this scenario, the BeoSound 9000 simply acts as a CD transport, delivering the ones and zeros exactly as stored on the CD. The best of both worlds!
BeoSound 9000 Vs Muji CD Player | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
|12/24/09 7:09 PM|
I had a chance to sit on them while visiting Paris last week, at Ligne Roset Champs-Elysees, and it's just fantastic, and very comfortable. The fabric is available in several styles - Alcantara, wool, "Sudden" (the new shiny material that KielOver might have sat on) and others (no leather). Unfortunately the pieces cannot be taken apart - when you order you decide which combination you desire, and they manufacture your piece in a way that the individual segments do not come apart. A pity, as it would have been even cooler if you could! In regards to colors, automatic's right, there's a ton to choose from. To make decisions easier, Philippe Nigro has even provided several dozen color combinations that would work well together.
Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Interview with Philippe Nigro Austin
|8/3/09 2:09 AM|
I'm in my late twenties and have just finished my masters so have been moving around a lot in the last 10 years, an average of once every two years. I dislike moving as much as any other guy but discovered that keeping empty boxes packing material really does prove convenient, like when I sell stuff on eBay and need to ship it, when I leave clothes/books out on the curb for the local charity to pick up, when I move out again (hopefully this time will be more permanent!) Of course I don't keep the boxes in plain view - I then hide them in a closet. A method I find which works very well is to start with the largest box and fit progressively smaller boxes inside (like a Russian doll), saving lots of space. Never had cockroach or rodent problems.
Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | 10 Good Tips For Renters To Feel At Home
|6/12/09 4:34 AM|