Writer’s World: Create Space - Stefne Miller, Writer
Photo from: Blog Lovin So often, when writers start their journey into putting story onto paper (or into the computer), we do it as a hobby. It's that time we steal at the end of the night, or in the wee hours of the morning (I wrote Salvaged by waking up every morning at 3am …
Alana’s Brooklyn Railroad
Name: Alana Range, CEO of Radish Lab Location: Greenpoint; Brooklyn Size: 850 square feet Years lived in: 1.5 years; Rented After an exhaustive apartment search, Alana landed a rare, sun-drenched railroad style apartment in Brooklyn with an impressive nine windows! As any New Yorker can attest, railroad apartments can either be a total flop or, as in Alana’s case, a huge success.
How To: Create a Home Office Wall-sized Corkboard
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy) To Jumpstart Page Info and All EntriesTitle: Create a Home Office Wall-sized CorkboardName: SejalTime: 6 hoursCost: 135.00 Sejal explains her project: “I wanted to make a wall-sized corkboard for my home office because the corkboards I found at the office supply store were just not large enough for all my notes, sketches, and to do lists! Now I have space to tack up all my important papers and the cork tiles give the wall a textured, eco-friendly look.
Used to absorb noise and add warmth and texture to your home, cork wall tiles (and flooring) are ideal. EcoTimber offers sustainably sourced cork floor and wall tiles.
Roundup: DIY-able Cork Walls and Bulletin Boards
With organization still on my mind, I wanted to round up some cork bulletin boards that were modern looking and very DIY friendly. Cork is a great material because it absorbs sound and adds warmth to a room, plus it’s a natural material that won’t give off any weird toxins in your home. And much like a fridge, it’s a great place to collect mementos, reminders and inspiration.