The sauna takes on a circular shape in reference to the shape of an apple and the cycle of nature. The curved concrete entrance envelopes visitors within a welcoming shaded nook with outdoor furnishings. Inside, the small sauna is lined with timber and features rows of wooden seating that evoke the classic apple crate. Show More Summary
Need inspiration for a 1930s screenplay or just enjoy the satisfying clack of mechanical keyboards? Either way, the Qwerkywriter from Qwerky Toys could be just the thing for your writing nook. This Bluetooth keyboard and stand appears...Show More Summary
Listen to this episode “I don’t think it belongs here.” Such was the assessment of Bob Vinson, the graveyard shift supervisor at Harvey’s Wagon Wheel Casino in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. The “here” Vinson referred to was a nook just outside the telephone equipment room in the employees-only portion of the second floor of the hotel. Show More Summary
How a Russian exile came to Toronto and designed Lawren Harris's Art Deco house. This weekend, thousands of Torontonians and visitors will explore the nooks and crannies of our landmark buildings through Doors Open. Few of those buildings will have been designed by women architects or by firms led by women. Show More Summary
Reading nooks; the links between language, culture, and the way we think; queer books with POC protagonists; unlinking mental illness and creativity; and more. The post Lez Liberty Lit #98: So Sleepy appeared first on Autostraddle.
Before Pin it Project by: Isabel Location: Madrid, Spain As working from home becomes more common, so does the problem of carving out office space. Isabel saw opportunity to create an office in her living room that would give her her own workspace while allowing her to spend time with her family. READ MORE »
There’s nothing we love more than a cozy spot to curl up with a good book and get lost for a few hours. It makes us even happier when that place happens to be at home. But for those of us in New York City where mere inches are at a premium, reading space can […]
Step inside On tight city lots, where space and sunlight are scarce, it can be hard to stand out from the crowd, and get natural light into a residence's nooks and crannies. This updated multiunit apartment building in San Francisco's...Show More Summary
Pin it Name: Caroline Location: Chelsea — New York, New York I’m a jewelry designer of Icarus + Co. by trade and an artist by hobby. I live and work in a 500 square foot studio in Chelsea, New York. People are usually shocked when they hear how small it actually is. There is so much crammed in here without feeling crowded, it makes the place seem much bigger. READ MORE »
Pin it In the absence of a dedicated home office, the next best option is to carve out some space out of another room. The most popular target? The living room, since it's a centrally located "daytime" space that keeps work from bleeding into the bedroom. READ MORE »
As if a floor-to-ceiling wall of books isn’t enough to coax a wistful sigh from any bibliophile, this renovated 1950s home in Madrid tacks on a cozy, elevated hammock as a reading nook, accessible via library ladder. Spanish design firm Eque y Seta wanted to freshen up the formerly dated home for a modern-day family, […]
The Striped Pig Distillery in Charleston, SC was the eclectic backdrop for this killer styled shoot. We're talking an industrial feel with fauna-themed decor, gold accents, rustic wood, huge stills, and cozy nooks. The florals and fashion are giving us happy feels all over the place. Show More Summary
You're reading this right. Oreo bagels, baked with cookie chunks and slathered with Oreo cream cheese, are now being sold at The Bagel Nook in Freehold, NJ. This is what it's come to. We are all to blame. [ more › ]
Whether you're on a beach or stuck inside on a rainy day, these are the best summer books for your e-reader of choice.
Headed to the beach? Can't handle any more political jabber? Need something to read in the bathtub? The Halston Hit, by NST's Angela, may be the answer. It's $3.99 on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks. (Paperback to follow.) Here's the book's teaser...
The debate is on: Should Nooks (and Kindles) replace books?
When you are a fan of drinking spirits, you more often than not have an arsenal of bottles residing in cabinets, on shelves, and hidden in the nooks and crannies of your home. Most of the time you want to keep said bottles tucked away for special occasions, but if you’re going to have it out anyway, you may as well make it look stylish. That’s not to say that...
Though a lot of bibliophiles have sworn off iPads, Kindles and Nooks, there are also a lot of avid readers who are constantly searching for the best ways to get free books on the iPad. We want to tackle the idea of getting free.PDF books on your iPad or iPhone. You can run.PDFs […] The post How To Get Free Books On An iPad or iPhone appeared first on Apple Gazette.
Since so much time is spent working or gathered in the kitchen, you want the space to be as beautiful as possible. If your kitchen is more dated than darling, but you don't have a budget for a remodel, don't fear. There are dozens of small ways you can update the space. We love the 40 ideas in the infographic from Chadwicks below.
Cordless hand vacs are ideal for cleaning shelves, keyboards, your car, and other places where a standard vacuum can’t reach, and this popular Black & Decker model is marked down to just $40 on eBay today. For comparison’s sake, that’s $10 less than Amazon, where it has a fantastic review average. Read more...