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The 5 Types of Paper Clutter, and How to Deal with Each of Them — September Sweep

by Taryn Williford from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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Some facts just stick with you. I'll never forget a comment one reader, ecuadoriana —a collector of pre-20th century medical journals—left on a post I wrote about paper clutter last year. Apparently hemorrhoids, some time around the late 1800's, used to be called "piles," and ecuadoriana had formed a lasting mental connection. "Every time I see piles of papers, magazines, wayward laundry, etc., start to build up in my house, I imagine that they are hemorrhoids—giant, ugly, painful pains in my butt—and I get rid of them immediately." Now you have this gift. You're welcome. Love, ecuadoriana and me. Paper piles have always been a big pain in the butt for so many people, because we tend to treat it like a strikable item on a to-do list instead of a major artery for our home's homeostasis. Mail isn't going to magically stop just because you finally cleared the tables and counters last weekend. You need a forever sort of system. READ MORE »

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A Cookie-Cutter, Boring Basic House Is Successfully De-Beiged — House Call

by Apartment Therapy Submissions from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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Name: Courtney Equall , husband, three little kids, and a cat Location: Bend, Oregon Size: 1,817 square feet Years lived in: 1 year, owned Our family moved back to Oregon last year after spending a few years in Texas for my husband's work, and we bought our house before we had even seen the property in person! The house was in our dream location and is on the river, which we didn't even think we would be able to find in our price range so we just went for it. We are less than thirty minutes from Mt. Bachelor so our kids swim and kayak all summer and ski all winter! READ MORE »

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The Top 10 Home Trends for Fall, According to Designers

by Kelsey Mulvey from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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Yves Saint Laurent famously said, "Fashions fade, style is eternal." Sure, trends come and go, but they're pretty important to fashion, art, music, and, of course, design. Keeping up with trends not only allows you to see society through a beautiful, artful lens, it can help you gain a better understanding of a designer's inspiration. Plus, bringing the biggest trends to your home will keep your space relevant and Insta-worthy. What's in store for fall? 16 designers weigh in on the trends they think will make it big this season. READ MORE »

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TripAdvisor Puts Your Friends’ Travel Recs All In One Place

by Nicoletta Richardson from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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When putting together an itinerary for your upcoming travels, planning can get…overwhelming. With so many resources out there, it's hard to determine which hotel and restaurant suggestions are legit, even if they come from trustworthy sites. Sometimes, the best recs come from close friends and family who know us best and vice-versa. If your self-proclaimed foodie cousin endorses an eatery, you're there in a heartbeat. If your best friend suggests a hostile in a town you've never been to, you feel confident to book. READ MORE »

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Before and After: This Bold Dining Room Only Cost $150 to Completely Redo

by Tess Wilson from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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This dining room had a lot going for it—natural light, wood trim, soothing palette, the fact that it exists—but its owner couldn't get past how "boring and beige" it felt. Paint to the rescue, and no, it's not all white. READ MORE »

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This Is How Much It Costs to Live in Times Square

by Kate Streit from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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Many people feel that New York City is the center of the universe. And if that center had a center, it just very well may be Times Square . Though it's often called "the Crossroads of the World," many New Yorkers will tell you that Times Square itself is nothing but a tawdry tourist trap. But there's no denying its proximity to many of the features that make New York City a major hub, including the Broadway theater scene and " restaurant row ." READ MORE »

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Bloggers' Secrets for Avoiding Shipping Fees, Snagging Amazing Deals & Becoming a Pro at Online Shopping

by Marlen Komar from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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Online shopping can sometimes be a science when it comes to saving money. With all the coupon codes, social media campaigns, free shipping hacks, and surprise sales, a person needs to be savvy in order to tap into all of the available resources. In order to help you get the cheapest possible price the next time you go shopping, here are online shopping tips from real thrifty and money-minded people. Buy more for less from now on! READ MORE »

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Storage & Style Upgrades: Super Smart IKEA Hacks for Your Kitchen

by Nancy Mitchell from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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We love a good IKEA hack, particularly in the kitchen, where little changes can make a big difference to the look and feel of the space. From island storage to glamorous pot rails, here are eleven of our favorite projects. READ MORE »

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Timeless Furniture You'll Love for Years to Come

by Danielle Blundell from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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You don't often hear people complaining about the roll-arm upholstered sofa or white tulip dining table they bought. There are just some pieces that transcend whatever time, space, or style of interior they're thrown into. Good bones and timeless materials equal design staying power, people! And though quality generally comes at a higher price point, you'd be surprised at the well-priced classics that some of your favorite affordable home furnishing brands offer. Let's take a look, shall we? Here are nine simple, timeless pieces of furniture you'll be into for years. READ MORE »

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A Floral Designer's Once-Sterile Spec House Is Now Cheery — House Tour

by Diana Liang from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time  (other blog) — Sep 20, 2018 01:08 AM
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Name: Rhiannon Bosse , her husband Andrew, son Lachlan Rue, and rescue pup, Zoe Location: Rockford, Michigan Size: 2,900 square feet (including the 800-square-foot finished basement which is completely dedicated to Rhiannon's work studio) Years lived in: Almost 8 years, owned For the past nine years, Rhiannon Bosse has been a wedding planner, stylist, and floral designer with her own business, Rhiannon Bosse Celebrations , which serves clients around the world. She's also a lifestyle blogger who embraces "messy motherhood" and has a "passion for celebrating everything." And all of her passions come together beautifully in the large Michigan home she shares with her husband Andrew, their son Lacklan Rue, their rescue pup Zoe, and another baby on the way. READ MORE »

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