Posts tagged "apartment"

How Much Space Do You Need To Really Be Happy?

I've had one fork in my apartment since I moved in six months ago. Some may find this sad, but I find it liberating. No longer do I feel like I need to live in this self-imposed multiple fork prison that culture demands from us. Why do I need to spend more money on fork…

By: Ask Men / November 6, 2014

Life Dream Status: A $15 Million Retro Sci-Fi Apartment

The internet is making fun of this ridiculous $15 million Park Avenue apartment that's been decorated to look like the set of a 1960s' sci-fi TV show, but I am completely smitten. I mean, how fun would it be to have guests say "Beam me up, Scotty!" when they board the private elevator, or using…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / September 1, 2013

“The Worst Room” Chronicles The Crappiness Of NYC Apartment Shopping

Looking for a new apartment can be difficult anywhere, but in NYC it's a bloodsport, and tales of shitty apartments are legendary. Enter "The Worst Room," a Tumblr chronicling, all-too-accurately, the shitty state of New York City apartment shopping. Tumblr creator Ryan says he made the site to "share the Craigslist postings I sift through…

By: Julie Gerstein / May 9, 2013

Could You “Slow Decorate” Your Living Space?

You know those people who move into a new house or apartment, and seem perfectly happy to live out of boxes for, like, ever? Yeah, I'm not one of those people. As soon as I moved into my new apartment, I began unpacking, organizing and putting things away. I really hate having to live in

By: Julie Gerstein / November 1, 2012

12 Tips For Having A Super Lifestyle Porn-y Existence

Because I'm a jealous and petty person, I can't stand to read lifestyle/home/craft blogs. Who are these people with endless amounts of free time, money and craft experience who seem to effortlessly turn their homes into the back page of a Martha Stewart magazine? They obviously don't have cats. And because I'm jealous and petty,…

By: Julie Gerstein / September 10, 2012

Karl Lagerfeld Puts His Gramercy Pad On The Market

If the three bedroom, 3.5 bathroom NYC apartment (in the Gramercy Park neighborhood in Manhattan) Karl Lagerfeld has put on the market for $5.2 million looks completely uninhabited, well, that's because it is. The German couturier never actually moved in to — and most likely never even spent a night in — the stunning airy…

By: Rachel Krause / March 18, 2012