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A Time Traveling Vintage Inspired San Francisco Home (Design*Sponge)

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At Home With Ana Kras, New York Design Star of the Moment

Ana Kras’s dining room features a wooden table from Craigslist, collages by Hanna Eshel, a cork stool from Discipline and one of her first Bonbon Lamps. To make each fixture, Kras strings yarn around a metal base by hand. (Photo: Brian Ferry)

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22 Ways to Save Money in NYC

Think outside the hotel, and sublet an apartment via Airbnb, OneFineStay (that pretty apartment pictured? Rentable!), or Craigslist, instead. Keep tabs on the little-known Hotel Week...

New York Tenement Apartment Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

New York tenement apartment with a mother and her two children, photograph by Lewis W. Hine, 1910

Inside one woman's 90-square-foot NY apartment

Steal: The small space costs just $750 a month - which is extremely low compared to the $3...

Eclectic Home Tour - Sarah Gray Miller Home

Vintage country kitchen stove and open shelves and hour tour featured at eclecticallyvintage.com

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They Got Married At The Most Gorgeous Venue, Ever

Sometimes very good things come from Craigslist — like roommates who turn into inseparable soul mates. We may have swooned just a little when we heard Mika and Steve's very New York love story: They met when she was looking for an apartment solution in a time crunch. The two married this

Interior design ideas: illustrator Oliver Jeffers' New York home - in pictures

Credit: Nicholas Calcott The thrift-store look can feel contrived, but here the pieces all fit. A roll-top desk from Craigslist was bought purely to fit the even smaller space in their previous apartment, above which sits this book-filled shelf.

'Rooftop farm for convenience of residents': Vintage ads from 1880 to 1924 reveal New York City apartment living at its finest

Before Craigslist: Housing advertisements were posted on the windows of a law offices, pictured here in 1957

Zach Motl’s magnificent Brooklyn apartment has caught the eye of a fair few publications, most notably the New York Times, The Neotraditionalist and, because we only publish the best content over at mydeco, the mydeco blog.

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