Friday, February 29, 2008
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
I actually spotted some old boxes like this at a great little vintage/ antique shop near my apartment. They're a little pricey so I'm going to keep an eye out for wooden boxes at thrift shops and hope that I come across some...
Sunday, February 17, 2008
Friday, February 15, 2008
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
When you enter the apartment you can walk straight ahead to the eating nook and kitchen or turn right to walk into the living room and access the stairs to the loft...
(view of eating nook from the kitchen)
(detail: little corner nook with journals, music, magazines and access to the balcony)
The living room is the 'heart' of my home - it's where I curl up on the couch to read, it's where I use my laptop, it's where the cats stretch out in front of the fire, it's where I hang out with my guests. It's also 'home' to most of my books (on my makeshift 'bookshelves'), my solitary plant, my dumpster-diver-find-turned-coffee-table and my blank canvases (hung up on either side of the fireplace awaiting divine inspiration ;)...
(looking down at the living room from the loft)
(view from the living room up to the loft and beyond to the kitchen)
And up the stairs to my sleeping and 'grooming' nook...
(sleeping loft - the thing in the corner is a little cat bed which is never used. Why would they sleep in that when they can sleep on my bed? What was I thinking?)
(and last but not least, the bathroom)
The bathroom: if I were concerned about looking really coordinated, I would have hung up my ivory-coloured towel that matches the shower curtain, but instead I'm just going to tell you that the blue towel is my back-up towel and it's what was hanging up when I took the photo (and yes, I acknowledge my geek-factor by caring ;).
And that's my sneak peak - thanks for coming!
Monday, February 11, 2008
Friday, February 1, 2008
T & N - I love it! And Trish, I would be excited about an appliance as cool as your washer-dryer combo too :)
You can check out Nathan's own blog post about it here.