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Display Name: corylynn
Member Since: 8/10/07

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We have the encased coil plush--and love it. After 3 1/2 years it is still amazing.

Whenever we are away, we miss our bed. I noticed the natural coil did not have an option of extra-plush, plush or firm the way the model we have does (the "natural" wasn't an option when we bought our bed in 2007).

Review: Encased Coil Natural Mattress by Room & Board
A Year in Bed

5/2/11 02:29 PM

Red is my favorite!

Apartment Therapy New York | Thursday Giveaway: Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair in Red
7/15/08 06:45 PM

Wrinkles be gone!

Apartment Therapy New York | AT Email: Rowenta Pressure Iron & Steamer Giveaway - 1.31.08
1/31/08 08:31 AM

Love Angela Adams!

Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Gift Bag 2007: Angela Adams Lulu Red Serving Tray
12/21/07 03:17 PM


Apartment Therapy New York | Gift Bag 2007: Igloo Candle Holder from Clio Home
12/20/07 05:11 PM


Apartment Therapy The Kitchen | Holiday Gift Bag 2007: Win Tea Books and a Chantal Kettle and Teapot
12/20/07 05:10 PM

love the chocolate!

Apartment Therapy Unplugged | Gift Bag 2007: TwistTogether Lamp
12/18/07 04:40 PM

This would be great in my house!

Apartment Therapy San Francisco | Gift Bag 2007: Heath Ceramics Winter Bowl Set Books
12/18/07 04:26 PM


Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | Gift Bag 2007: $50 Gift Card from
12/13/07 02:19 PM

Love the George!

Apartment Therapy Unplugged | Gift Bag 2007: George iPod Dock and Radio
12/10/07 06:04 PM


Apartment Therapy Chicago | Gift Bag 2007: Win a Silk Pillow by Agnes Hoss
12/6/07 08:19 PM

This would be a great addition to my newly apartment-therapized home!

Apartment Therapy New York | Gift Bag 2007: 3 Pro Compact Steamers from Rowenta
12/4/07 05:07 PM

I would like to best test!

Apartment Therapy - AT Countdown.....
11/17/07 09:37 AM

Thanks for all of the advice. The software I used to create the floorplan is on the site under "room planner."

FYI... the "wall" from the fireplace is not a wall at all, it is completely open and the real wall is actually a couple of feet beyond--the apartment is typicall NYC with a long hallway with the rooms off the hallway--which is why I hesitate to put any big furniture at the bottom of the picture.

And, unfortunately, the fireplace is really nothing to write home abou--having the exposed brick is nice, but the "fireplace" itself is not so attractive.

I was also hesitant to put the desk at the bottom of the picture because I wanted to tuck it away and not be the first thing someone saw as they approached the living room. The approach is from where the sofa is currently (the sofa butts up against the wall to the kitchen).

Thanks again--I have lots to experiement with!

Good Questions: Does My Room Flow?
8/10/07 09:57 AM