A pumpkin disappears from a Park Slope stoop, DIY fixes for clunky furniture, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | November 4, 2014 - 10:59AM

Post-Halloween pumpkin etiquette gets the Park Slope treatment (FIPS)

DIY swaps for your bulkiest pieces of furniture (Apartment Therapy)

The surprising upsides of first-floor apartments (even if the discounts are smaller than before) (NYMag)

Think your apartment's miniscule? Try this 86-square-foot Parisian studio (Refinery 29)

Bittersweet news for musicians: Sour Patch Kids will give you a temporary roof in Clinton Hill as long as you write songs about them (Brokelyn)

New Yorkers would apparently live without Internet access in exchange for a dishwasher and washer/dryer of their own (Thrillist)

A few tools that'll help you reduce heating bills this winter (Apartment Therapy)

Is an eco-friendly "regenerative elevator drive" right for your building? (Habitat Magazine)

More adults than ever are living with roommates (Business Insider, previously)

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