East Village (New York, NY)
By Dan Johns, Professional furniture Restoration services
Something people forget when updating the look of a home is buying new furniture is not the only option. Think about reupholstery. If the fabric pattern is a bit outdated or well-loved and well-used for many years, it may look a bit worse for wear. Buying new may seem more cost-effective than reupholstering because having every furniture piece reupholstered can be expensive. Most furniture on the market today is mass-produced. The construction and materials leave something to be desired regarding the quality.You can spend less on a piece of furniture from a mass-produced, large furniture store. In a few years, it will begin to fall apart and wither. You will need to replace it. Reupholstering sturdy, older furniture can save money in the long run.After reupholstering, there is no need f...
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By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
  Affordable East Village New York Feng Shui Consultations with Laura Cerrano Times for home and business consultations are typically 2-3 hours First: An on site interview is provided to help gain an understanding about the specific areas of your life you seek to enhance. This requires sharing information about key events of your past, which paved the way to your current life situations and understanding your future plans.  This allows insight into your main intentions for why you are having a Feng Shui consultation. Usually clients have 2-3 key areas in their life they wish to focus on during the consultation. Please keep in mind, what tends to happen during the Feng Shui process is development of awareness that other life sections need to simultaneously be discussed and addressed in o...
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By Kate Akerly, Manhattan Beach Residential Sales
(Kaminsky Group)
  A formerly rat-infested lot at 33 East 1st Street in the East Village is set to become a Guggenheim-sponsored art installation for ten weeks, according to reports. As of July 12th, the structure is in place on the formerly abandoned East Village lot. The temporary installation, which will include an open-air café, is set to open on August 3rd, and it will remain open for ten weeks before touring Europe and Asia. The ten-week installation will feature lectures and workshops. The installation comes after residents in the East Village neighborhood complained about the lot at 33 East 1st Street, which had remained vacant for some time and became notorious in the neighborhood as a haven for rats. The lot at 33 East 1st Street is technically owned by the City Parks Department, but the city ...
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