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This Floyd Home Sofa Made My Tiny Apartment Feel Grand

Photo credit: Courtesy of Floyd
Photo credit: Courtesy of Floyd

From ELLE Decor

This year, I made the “brave” decision to jump out of the nest—I moved out of my family’s suburban home and into a tiny apartment in Manhattan. Square footage was small, but my dreams for the space were grand. Before sorting out my Con Edison account or scoping out the area for a supermarket or hardware store, I, like many 20something millennials with a Pinterest account and a dream, was mood boarding into delusion. It goes without saying that I had already sorted out which coffee table books to proudly put on

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This Portland Home Was Designed to Feel Like a Parisian Apartment

Photo credit: Haris Kenjar
Photo credit: Haris Kenjar

From House Beautiful

Tudor-style bungalow homes from the 1940s with small kitchens and disjointed flows are fairly common in northeast Portland, and the one that JHL Design was hired to renovate for a family of three was no different. But rather than seeing problems, the Portland-based interior design firm saw possibilities: original mahogany woodwork, original hardwood doors, and small details like intact picture rails in the formal living spaces. So, together with Thesis Studio Architecture, the team worked out a plan that added only 150 square feet to the footprint—but through what JHL Design principal

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How coronavirus has upended life for thousands at California’s largest apartment complex

Sabrina Knight, 26, is worried about the spread of the novel coronavirus within Park La Brea, the largest apartment complex west of the Mississippi River, but she's happy living there. <span class="copyright">(Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times)</span>
Sabrina Knight, 26, is worried about the spread of the novel coronavirus within Park La Brea, the largest apartment complex west of the Mississippi River, but she’s happy living there. (Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times)

In the middle of March, Luc Bernard came down with something he had never felt before. He had a constant cough, trouble breathing and couldn’t get to sleep. Fearing he had the novel coronavirus, he went to the hospital.

Back then, it was hard to get tested. Instead, doctors told him to go home and self-isolate. But that’s not easy when you live in

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