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Spending eight-plus hours in a colorless, cubical-laden environment can be a straight-up motivation killer. How can you be expected to come up with awesome ideas when you're forced to stare at a blank, white wall all day? If you're going to put in some real work, your surroundings should also work for you and be just as lively and inspiring as you are.
So, when Erin Hiemstra of Apartment 34, an S.F.-based home and lifestyle site, showed us the snaps of her airy, updated at-home office, our eyes grew wide with interior envy. Apartment 34’s new digs are a sight to be seen, from her genius space planning to her chic, monochromatic storage solutions. Regardless of whether you hole up in your apartment for work or do the corporate shuffle to a multilevel skyscraper, the pointers Hiemstra shares ahead will help you add little stylish touches to your own desk or work space. Click through to see the wow-worthy office and read Erin’s must-copy advice. Okay, when do we start?
We have a bone to pick with our pre-torn denim. Namely, it's always falling apart — and in all the wrong places. You know the type: When you bought them, they were the perfect amount of distressed — the knees and thighs were worn in, but not overly so. But, over time and with much wear, these once-perfectly-ripped read
Halloween in New York City can be scary for all the wrong reasons. If hordes of inebriates in costume and over-the-top "haunted attractions" aren't your cup of tea, know that there are still a few places left in the city where the true spirit of the season is alive and well. In fact, eerie, atmospheric ruins are tucked read