Eight Fall Balcony Decorating Ideas
10 Last-Minute Halloween Costumes You Can Easily Make At Home
The wonderful part about Halloween is that it lets you get away with impersonating someone or some thing, without being carted off...
11 DIY Wood Pallet Ideas That Will Increase The Space In Your Tiny Apartment
What do wood pallets and Mason jars have in common? Both are ridiculously talented at storing goods, which makes using...
10 Brilliant Mason Jar DIY Ideas For Your Tiny Apartment
Everywhere you look on Instagram, Pinterest, or in Brooklyn, you’re bound to see someone using a Mason jar for some...
A Tool To Turn Any Surface Into Storage
Skip your trip to IKEA because tool-and-assembly-free SNAPs by Be-elastic can transform any flat surface into stylish storage, a table, a shelf, and more.
Featured User: Erica Domesek
P.S- I Made This founder Erica Domesek is one of the craftiest people we’ve ever met. She can do pretty much anything with a hot glue gun. Over at her Lower East Side studio, Domesek and her team create the most exciting DIY projects we’ve ever seen. We’re proud to have her using MakeSpace!
Build A Micro-Bar For Your Micro-Brews
When it comes to living in NYC, you have to get a little thrifty. The average rental price in Manhattan is over $50 a square foot! Rather than curl up in a ball on your love seat and cry, you might want to get smart about what you do with your extremely valuable space.
Imagine A Book Nook Of Your Own!
MakeSpace’s mission is to put an end to schlepping and to hook New Yorkers up with extra cubic footage in their apartments. Once you’ve uploaded all your stuff to the cloud, the question becomes what to do with all this newfound space.
Producer Danny Rose Talks Organization And DIY Recording Studios
All New Yorkers struggle with tight spaces, but more than anyone, musicians with home recording studios feel the city’s limitations everyday. Last week we had the opportunity to visit NYU senior Danny Rose’s home recording studio, and Danny was kind enough to speak with us about what it’s like to make records in New York City in 2014.