Well, it took me a while to figure out how to get my pics up but I pulled it off.
So, last year when the 'fever' set in, I tried to figure out the best way to grow CPs in my apartment, finally I concluded that the windowsill was the best option. This is all because of some nice early morning sun in our east-facing window. At first I tried watering trays and this worked for a while, then my collection grew larger than the windowsill. It was a mess, let's leave it at that.
One day I realized that I could make the windowsill bigger by adding a shelf. So I did that, except I took a $5 bathroom door mirror (the kind that are 4 feet long and about a foot wide) and mounted it on a 90 degree angle with the shelf, this was to maximize what little light the plants got (luckily the heat doesn't fry them with this mirror).
The only thing left was a counterweight, so I put this 27 pound brick on the shelf to hold it in the window sill. A couple planter trays later and viola! And for those of you wondering, yes I have very low humidity in my apartment, but the plants seem to enjoy it profusely.
I sacrificed some photo quality so this page wouldn't take forever to load.
Bonus, here's my living room setup