I had an Aerogarden. It worked pretty well, but it's a little big for New York living (it takes up more than half the depth of a kitchen counter). It's glaringly bright. And it's not cheap. Their business model is to lock you in with buying new seed packs (you can't easily use your own). It's been under my desk for about 6 months now.
Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Self-Watering Pots for Your Herbs
|10/21/08 07:37 AM|
They appeared during the US Open festivities (along with a tennis batting cage and a projector of the main match of the day).
Apartment Therapy - Look!: Wegman's TV Stands in Madison Square Park
|9/20/07 08:53 AM|
I'm amazed. I lived in an apartment like that when I was in LA and it was just a box. I couldn't figure out how to deal with the eight foot ceiling and or the typical fat LA blinds.
Apartment Therapy - House Tour: Polly Ben's Sherman Oaks Shangri-La
|8/17/07 11:40 AM|
I'd really like to see AT take more of Do-It-Yourself spin on these solutions. Many of these designer jobs aren't available in the US or are only available at >$1,000 per per sq ft basis.
Loftcube: Camping on the Rooftop
|7/23/07 01:42 PM|