Yuka Yoneda

 

Yuka is the managing editor of Inhabitat NYC, a practicing turophile, and a known DIY Jedi. Her love of maker culture has a lot to do with what she's seen around her in NYC, and she believes that if you can make stuff here, you can make stuff anywhere. Yuka's refashioned clothing and DIY ideas have been featured on The Today Show, Glamour, HGTV.com and other websites and magazines. Yuka also writes for Ecouterre and has written for The Daily Green and The New York Times.

Find more of Yuka's DIY tips at her weblog Clossette and in her YouTube videos, which have over 8 million views.

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VIDEO: Casa Collection's new Urbano Loft Bed is the answer to your small space storage problems

VIDEO: Casa Collection's new Urbano Loft Bed is the answer to your small space storage problems

Remember when we reported on Charlie's Well it seems like Red Hook's own Roberto Gil heard our pleas because

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Kim Markel's popsicle-colored recycled chairs and accessories inject a bubbly burst of fun into any room

Kim Markel's popsicle-colored recycled chairs and accessories inject a bubbly burst of fun into any room

kim markel, kimberly markel, recycled chairs, recycled design, architectural digest design show, ad home show, green furniture, eco furniture, translucent chair, recycled chairs,…

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BIG wants to transform boring Two Penn Plaza into an undulating sea of glass

BIG wants to transform boring Two Penn Plaza into an undulating sea of glass

BIG, bjarke ingels, bjarke ingels group, 2 penn, 2 penn plaza, nyc architecture, green architecture, sustainable architecture, green design, eco design, green buildings, two penn plaza…

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The 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show kicks off today at Piers 92 and 94

The 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show kicks off today at Piers 92 and 94

arch digest, arch digest home show, Architectural Digest, Architectural Digest Home Show, eco design, ecowalls, green furniture, green home, green home designs, green interiors, green…

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Creative director's 275-sq-ft apartment uses pops of purple to pull design elements together

Creative director's 275-sq-ft apartment uses pops of purple to pull design elements together

DNA PR, dustin o'neal, tiny apartments, tiny living, small living, tiny apartment nyc, nyc micro apartment, green design, eco design, sustainable design, interior design co-founder…

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VIDEO: NYC's first micro apartment building is almost ready to open

VIDEO: NYC's first micro apartment building is almost ready to open

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The Bridge at Cornell Tech: Forest City releases new images of crystalline incubator building on Roosevelt Island

The Bridge at Cornell Tech: Forest City releases new images of crystalline incubator building on Roosevelt Island

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Loft25 transforms a pre-war ink press building into light-filled residences in Chelsea

Loft25 transforms a pre-war ink press building into light-filled residences in Chelsea

Loft25, singer building, adaptive reuse, nyc loft, green design, eco design, sustainable design, green architecture, eco architecture, chelsea loft, chelsea apartment, TRA studio…

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60 White Street's opulently restored loft residences marry history, luxury and sustainability in Tribeca

60 White Street's opulently restored loft residences marry history, luxury and sustainability in Tribeca

newest residential restoration project by Veronica Mainetti, President of Sorgente Group of America on Tuesday, March 1 from 6:00pm-8:30pm. The evening will take you through the…

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LinkNYC: World's largest, fastest municipal Wi-Fi network launches in NYC

LinkNYC: World's largest, fastest municipal Wi-Fi network launches in NYC

linknyc, adaptive reuse, free wifi nyc, green design, green technology, internet nyc, link nyc, link nyc program, nyc green design, old pay phone booths, pay phone service nyc, pilot…

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First-ever Etsy Shop at Macy's opens at Herald Square

First-ever Etsy Shop at Macy's opens at Herald Square

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Talented designer turns a super-skinny alley into a glam office in New Jersey

Talented designer turns a super-skinny alley into a glam office in New Jersey

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFk3LcI-tkk&index=9&list=PLC352D0E1F68229A5 Vanessa Deleon has been able to build her design business in what was once an 8-ft alley between 2…

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Massive Flash Factory night club built from salvaged materials opens tonight

Massive Flash Factory night club built from salvaged materials opens tonight

flash factory, reclaimed materials, eco materials, Mike Satsky, hecho, nyc music venues, recycled materials, green design, eco design, sustainable design

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DIY VIDEO: Model Summer Rayne Oakes Shows You How to Make a Mason Jar Herb Garden for Your Kitchen Wall

DIY VIDEO: Model Summer Rayne Oakes Shows You How to Make a Mason Jar Herb Garden for Your Kitchen Wall

MATERIALS - mason jars - hose clamps - screws - recycled wood board (or boards depending on how many rows of herbs you want) - glue to adhere the board to your wall before you…

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Did you know that you can get a free clothing recycling bin for your building?

Did you know that you can get a free clothing recycling bin for your building?

http://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/zerowaste/residents/re-fashionyc.shtml

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Tour the secret train car restaurant hidden inside Bloomingdale's

Tour the secret train car restaurant hidden inside Bloomingdale's

Not to be confused with the posh Parisian restaurant by the same name

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Keep a fellow New Yorker warm this winter by donating your used coats

Keep a fellow New Yorker warm this winter by donating your used coats

90% of NYC's homeless will rely on a donated coat this winter to keep from freezing. If you have outerwear to spare, give a fellow New Yorker the gift of warmth by donating it to the…

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Designers create extravagant tablescapes to raise money for the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge

Designers create extravagant tablescapes to raise money for the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge

harmonie club, hope lodge nyc, Michael Aram, Guillaume Gentet, Michael Tavano, Anne Rue, Gregory Allan Cramer, Robin Baron, Caleb Anderson, Rachel Laxer, Louis Navarrete, holiday…

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NYC becomes first city to plant 1 million trees

NYC becomes first city to plant 1 million trees

currently at 997751 New York City Department of Parks and Recreation millionth tree of the MillionTreesNYC initiative at Joyce Kilmer Park in the Bronx first city ew York…

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Tour Deke's tiny dumpster house from 2 Broke Girls (VIDEO)

Tour Deke's tiny dumpster house from 2 Broke Girls (VIDEO)

If Deke's house seems familiar to you, it may be because it looks an awful lot like the real-life dumpster digs of artist Gregory Kloehn. Just like Kloehn's, Deke's place has a…

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Compost your Halloween jack-o'-lanterns at Pumpkin Smash 2015

Compost your Halloween jack-o'-lanterns at Pumpkin Smash 2015

Ray Villafane's zombie pumpkin at the New York Botanical Garden in 2012. Wondering what to do with your jack-o-lanterns and decorative pumpkins after the Halloween festivities are…

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Cheer the Mets to victory by riding the MTA's

Cheer the Mets to victory by riding the MTA's "Train of Many Colors" this weekend

MTA New York City Transit’s “Train of Many Colors” will be rolling out to Mets-Willets Point this weekend carrying hundreds of fans on their way to root the Mets to victory over…

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