Trisha Krauss

Today, the New York Times featured an article "My House Has Not Kept Up With the Pandemic" written by Ronda Kaysen. She interviewed me, among others, for the article.

The bottom line message is that...

The pandemic is forcing people to create a more efficient living space at home -- to accommodate a small office, an area for online learning, or for exercise or play. 

I saw this textile space divider online and liked it for its simplicity and style.  It is de...

With doing so much more cooking and baking during the pandemic, it was time to overhaul my dry food pantry for easier access, less clutter and better aesthetics. 

I've always loved lazy susans.  I have the tiered one for spices and a very large one on the low shelf of m...

I don't care for most room dividers. They are same ole, same ole and uninspiring.  I especially dislike bookshelves used as room dividers.  They always look so cluttered.  I have always liked curtains -- IF done right.  I do love these 3 room divider styles below. They...

I live in a studio apartment in New York City. To give a pop to my foyer, I recently wallpapered the area behind the wall mirror and shoe cabinet.  

I found the bold grey and white peel 'n stick removable wallpaper from Home Depot. With the leftover paper, I lined...

Suspended from the ceiling using a seamless pulley system and crafted from timber and aluminium, the Hanging Drying Rack is an economical, chic and environmental way to dry and air clothing.

Ideal for apartments, especially those with high ceilings.

Great reviews!

$340.

Fo...

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