Sweet Digs
We Live In The Bay Area — & Our Apartment Is $2,100 A Month

Artist Aleksandra Zee shows off her $2,100 Bay Area apartment in this video tour

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In Refinery29's Sweet Digs, we take a look inside the sometimes small, sometimes spacious homes of millennial women. Today, artist Aleksandra Zee shows off her $2,100 Oakland apartment.
Take one look inside artist Aleksandra Zee's 900-square-foot apartment, and her background makes a lot of sense. Zee, who got her start as a display artist for Anthropologie, fell in love with woodworking and quickly quit her 9-to-5. She gradually began to sell her pieces while working as a waitress.
Her style is both natural and airy, and is channeled into her $2,100 Oakland apartment, which she shares with her fiancé and their dog. "I have so many pieces in the space, and what I haven't made, some of my dearest friends have," Zee says. "As an artist I am always evolving and my space being inspiring is so important to me. So, like my craft, my home is always channeling where I am at creatively."
Tour Zee's space in 360 in the video above.

About Sweet Digs

High rent, small spaces, nosy neighbors — we put up with A LOT of things to live where we love. In Sweet Digs, Refinery29 gets a peek inside the homes of the coolest people we know, from tiny studios to sprawling houses, and ask the real questions like, "Wait, HOW much is your rent?"

Tour Aleksandra Zees Oakland Apartment In VR VideoReleased on October 11, 2018
Sweet Digs
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High rent, small spaces, nosy neighbors — we put up with A LOT of things to live where we love. In Sweet Digs, Refinery29 gets a peek inside the homes of the coolest people we know, from tiny studios to sprawling houses, and ask the real questions like, "Wait, HOW much is your rent?"

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