These 6 Things Can End Up Wasting Your Money—So Rent Them Instead

Moving is one of life’s most stressful—and expensive—events. Between down payments, closing costs for homeowners, first months’ rent for renters, boxes, movers (or at least a truck), furniture, appliances, and lots and lots of coffee, experts say that switching places can cost up to four or five months of your rent/mortgage. Yikes! But before you … Continue reading These 6 Things Can End Up Wasting Your Money—So Rent Them Instead

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These 6 Things Can End Up Wasting Your Money—So Rent Them Instead

Moving is one of life’s most stressful—and expensive—events. Between down payments, closing costs for homeowners, first months’ rent for renters, boxes, movers (or at least a truck), furniture, appliances, and lots and lots of coffee, experts say that switching places can cost up to four or five months of your rent/mortgage. Yikes! But before you … Continue reading These 6 Things Can End Up Wasting Your Money—So Rent Them Instead

This LEGO Installation Invites People to Build a Futuristic City

A collaborative installation created by Danish-Icelandic conceptual artist Olafur Eliasson invites people from all over the world to indulge their creativity in a unique way. “The Cubic Structural Evolution Project” is comprised of two tables, a set of all-white LEGO bricks and the unlimited imagination of visitors who stop by the Tate Modern Gallery in … Continue reading This LEGO Installation Invites People to Build a Futuristic City

6 Actually Good Pieces of Home Decorating Advice from Twitter

Twitter is full of all kinds of useful information. (And, for the sake of keeping things fair: it’s also full of tons of useless information.) You can find the good, the bad and the meh opinions throughout the platform on any given topic—yes, including home decor. Somewhere being the trolls and spam lie some seriously … Continue reading 6 Actually Good Pieces of Home Decorating Advice from Twitter

See Why This Makeup Artist Calls Her Glam Chicago Home a ‘Loftice’

Name: Eileen McNultyLocation: West Town — Chicago, IllinoisType of home: Work/Live Loft or “Loftice” Size: 1200 square feetYears lived in: 3 years, renting Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: My West Town Chicago Loft building was converted from a warehouse, and as a result the … Continue reading See Why This Makeup Artist Calls Her Glam Chicago Home a ‘Loftice’