Posts Tagged 'Apartment Therapy'

Common Space

When you live in an apartment building the space outside your door is almost as important as your own apartment. The halls, the lobby, the elevator, roof, basement and trash room. This is where you meet and chit chat with your neighbors, what you walk through every day to get to work or school and before you come home at night. Perhaps your building is lucky enough to have an over-zealous kitten-loving old lady who has taken the liberty of decking out the stairwell with vintage needlepoints and drawings of kittens, or maybe everyone in the building is irritated by that one apartment that always has a pile of stinky shoes outside their door, or those people who leave bicycles in the entry hall. Continue reading ‘Common Space’


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