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  1. The apartment looks fabulous, masculine but stylish and I must have gone wrong somewhere with my boys as they could never keep their places looking as tidy as your sons. I think being a little bit minimalist helps and you have just the right amount of furniture in his apartment.

    Lee 🙂

    1. Thanks Lee! He is pretty neat, but keep in mind these pics were taken right after the place was completed and I was still there… 😉

  2. Fantastic job! I sure could use your help with my place. I lack a serious sense of design; just can’t seem to tie it all together 🙁
    Again, looks great!


    1. Thanks so much, Brian! Stay tuned… I’ll be starting an e-Design shop on my blog soon, so if you need help, I’ll be happy to work with you… 🙂

  3. i don’t mean to get too personal here. But what building does he live in. I live in St. Louis and am looking for new apartment to live in. And this place looks very nice.

  4. Your son’s apartment is precisely what I would like; clean, neat, spacious for one person, and more masculine than the girly apartments most people expect women to live in. I’m very much female, but I seriously dislike any decor that makes me feel as I should be in high heels and dresses. At 63 years old, I want my home to be comfortable (though somewhat more colorful than this, being an artist who just loves color), not full of Country French frou-frou, or lace and velvet.

    Very, very nice apartment, and excellent photography to show its attributes.

    1. Thank you, Joyce! I would love to have an apartment in the city where I would highlight my less feminine decor. For now, I just decorate my kids apartments… lol. I plan to decorate my lower level with this more urban feel though. And soon I will be revealing my daughter’s Manhattan apartment, so stay tuned… 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!!