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Living a Creative, Fulfilling Life on $17,000 The New York Times

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by Cambria Bold (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Sep 01, 2011

"Ms. Wurst...is rather proud of her dozens of dump finds: Weber grill, bird prints, glassware, ironing board, old flour sifter and coffee grinder (which coordinate nicely with the wood-burning stoves)




 

 

2011-9-1-nytimes.jpg"Ms. Wurst...is rather proud of her dozens of dump finds: Weber grill, bird prints, glassware, ironing board, old flour sifter and coffee grinder (which coordinate nicely with the wood-burning stoves), mirrors, tables, chairs, tablecloths, lamps, bamboo blinds. She also picks up furnishings at yard sales and auctions... Mr. Fleming and Ms. Wurst are a couple with a talent for living and for furnishing a home stylishly on a budget. Their annual income these days is about $17,000..."

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