Oldies But Goodies: Early Apartment Therapy House Tours, 2005 Edition

When I started reading Apartment Therapy years ago, the hook for me was the house tours. Seeing "real" spaces that felt creative, personal, and above all, attainable taught me that a beautiful home means much more than high-end furniture. As a way of revisiting those roots, here are ten house tours from the AT vaults. 2005, coming right up!

It's interesting to see how much the site's aesthetic has changed over the years, and it's also great to revisit some tours that you may have forgotten to get even more ideas!

TOP ROW:
1. Apartment-Studio-Gallery-Office-Greenhouse Wrapped into One
2. Rosa's Art Explosion
3. The SCRAP House Shines in SF
4. Diana's Warehouse Loft Squashed into a Cutesy Brownstone
5. Joey's Off-the-Shelf Modern

BOTTOM ROW:
6. John's High-End for Low-Cost Reno
7. Aaron & Jonathan's Maximum Utility
8. Cedric's Bachelor Pad
9. Sarah & Hal's Attic Hideaway

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Carolyn is a freelance writer and photographer, as well as a lover of all things colorful and quirky. She grew up in Texas and settled in Chicago by way of L.A., England and Paris. Currently, she is a professor at Illinois Institute of Technology.

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