After trudging through years of roommates leaving their dildos on the dish rack, I was finally living alone. I hated it, and I didn’t know why.
Turns out you can learn a lot about a person based on what we hold near and dear to our sleeping spaces!
Look: you’re here, you’re queer; you deserve to live in a queer houseplant utopia. Here’s how to make your very own.
Do you vacillate between extreme distance, and then merging/clinginess/overdoing it? Then watch out. Succulents like consistent LACK of attention.
Here are the chic, homey and stylishly functional home goods I have picked out for Carol to fully outfit her West Hollywood bungalow in preparation for its inevitable Apartment Therapy spotlight.
Will these plants solve real mental health issues? Absolutely not, but they might make you feel more alive for the next few months, and also your cat can gnaw on them to its heart’s content, the asshole.
Gifts to keep queers who live alone cozy, comfy, and feeling safe.
No tree? Me neither! Here’s some ideas to inject sparkle and holiday spirit into your living quarters anyway!
Get ready to get spooky.
Here’s the thing: mice are going to be around, especially if you live in a city.
If you’re moving this fall, one way to help ensure that you get a full security deposit back from your landlord or management company is to repair any obvious issues in the apartment.
Cee, Beth, Aja, and KaeLyn share their daring tales of real-life homeownership and their solid advice to future homebuyers!
Where do you even start the journey of finding your dream home? Right here!
This is not a full restoration. I did not sand everything down and start from scratch. What we’re doing here is more like restoration-lite, but it should be enough to salvage a Craigslist (or yard sale or attic) find nine times out of ten.
There are lessons to be learned here from my misfortune, probably, so this might end up reading more like a what not to do than a tutorial.
Get ready to dazzle friends and loved ones with a new dimmer switch that is sure to set the mood for any occasion.
Just take your time, measure early and often, trust your instincts, and you’ll be a pro at hanging stuff in no time.
There are easier ways than smashing nails with your shoes, queer cuties.
We’re making a gallery of queer kitchens because it feels good and we’re nosey about your house.
Even the most organized freelancers could probably stand to be a little more organized.