Erin Browne

5 Affordable ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’-Inspired Home Finds
My dream apartment aesthetic started with a casserole dish. Not just any casserole dish, but the bright pink daisy-covered 1950s Pyrex that Midge Maisel covets in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” I started watching the show last winter because I love “Gilmore Girls” like it’s a family member, and I do stand-up from time to time so I figured it was made for me.
May 3, 2019
Could Abbi and Ilana Afford Their ‘Broad City’ Apartments?
On January 24th, “Broad City” returns to Comedy Central for its fifth and final season. For the last five years, viewers have watched Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer play fictional versions of themselves trying to navigate New York City as 20-something women. We have watched this story play out in many different ways on television, from shows like “Friends,” to “Sex and the City,” to “Gossip Girl,” to “The Bold Type.
May 3, 2019
6 Lies Rom-Coms Told Us About Apartments
Whether it’s “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” or “The Seven Year Itch,” the combination of lighthearted romance and witty banter between potential soulmates is intoxicating. Though while it’s a popular and fun form of escapism, romantic comedies stray far from the truth. Relationships rarely start with a meet-cute, and thanks to heightened airport security measures, it is really hard to reconcile at the gate.
May 3, 2019
Oscar-Worthy Decor Inspired by This Year’s Best Picture Nominees
Awards season is in full swing, and while you may or may not have seen all the nominated films, one thing we love about some of this year’s Oscar contenders is the strong aesthetics they serve. We picked four Best Picture nominations and some pieces inspired by them to help you live out your dreams of living in a movie. This Oscar favorite (spoiler alert!) takes place in early 18th-century Europe.
May 3, 2019
7 Tips We Learned from ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’
If you’re like me, then you first heard of Marie Kondo from “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.” Emily Gilmore adopts the famous KonMari method and ends up in jeans and a t-shirt due to getting rid of almost everything she owns because it does not bring her joy. This is a very loose understanding of Kondo’s signature method to decluttering your home, and one that is explored deeply in her new Netflix show, “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.
Jan 3, 2019