apartment therapist
 n.— «He refers to a home as “a living organism” and describes broken chairs and dripping faucets as “wounds.” He implores you to consider wearing “house shoes” and burn only naturally fragrant candles. But this gentler touch is making a difference in the lives of city dwellers crammed into small apartments. It prompted one client to gratefully refer to the designer as her “apartment therapist.”» —“Do-it-yourself design” by Kendra Nordin Christian Science Monitor Oct. 4, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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