A few words of praise about America’s older industrial cities: they sometimes receive a bad rap from the press, and unfortunately from some relocation folks. But it’s important to understand that places like Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St. Louis offer many attractive lifestyle options from downtown lofts in lively neighborhoods to leafy suburbs.
Are you trying to decide if you should stick it out in your apartment until summer rolls around? This could be a huge mistake. Most people move between the months of May and September. If you’re apartment hunting during the winter months you can actually save on your moving costs and find a better deal on your new place.
Author Miriam Beard once said, “Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” Studying abroad in college will not only open your eyes to a whole new world of people, places, and studies, but it will help you see the world in a whole new way.
Moving into your own apartment after a separation or divorce can seem overwhelming with so many things to think about from finding an apartment in a good neighborhood to choosing new furniture. Rental apartments can be made into inviting homes with just a few simple steps though. So kick back, relax, and get ready to plan your new home sweet home.
By John Donegan
When relocating to a new home, it often helps to rent a storage unit. By using a self storage finder, you can find an affordable, well-reviewed location near your new address. A major question that people have is whether to pay extra for a climate-controlled unit.
The difference between a house and a home is the life that goes on inside it. Whether you are a home staging expert or long time home owner, or have just arranged furniture rental for your first apartment, bringing the interior of your home to life is key. Plants and florals can provide just the touch needed to turn any interior space into a welcoming and vibrant home environment.
Student housing can be snug at best, and finding room for all of your belongings can be challenging enough, let alone choosing student furniture rental pieces that work in the space. Regardless of how little space you have, you will still need a place to eat, places for guests to sit, and room to move around. The great news is, how you choose to arrange your furniture can make all the difference in making your small space stylish and comfortable.
Last week on our furniture blog, we shared tips about how young women can can use student furniture rental and other creative solutions to make the best use of their apartment space. This week, we’re focusing on the men! In general, men have different needs for organization, but the principles are the same. With a strategic approach, you can create a high-class, low-maintenance, and efficient space.
Fitting all of your belongings into your first student apartment can be challenging. This week we will focus on how young women can use student furniture rental and other creative solutions to economize their space while maintaining a sense of order, functionality and style.
Last week on the furniture blog we discussed storage ideas for small apartment or dorm living in college. This week, we take on areas of your living space that can benefit from organization. Once you have these three areas in check, you can save time and not have to worry about last minute changes of plans, or all night study marathons!