Let’s say you’re moving into an apartment. When you go take a look at it, it seems terribly generic and without any personality (unless you’ve got boat loads of money and can afford the fanciest).
Bring in your furniture. Get it arranged. Then accessorize. The accessories your choose put your personality on display.
Bring in color. This is perhaps one of the best ways to change the look of your generic apartment. The shelf behind the sectional helps with storage.
Buy furniture that serves more than one purpose. Storage, any way you can get it for your apartment, is usually a life saver.
Your kitchen will probably be on the small side. So go vertical and eke out every bit of space that you can.
4. Dining Rooms
Dining rooms, if you’re lucky enough to even get one in an apartment, are typically small as well.
Did you notice the art on the walls? Fabric-covered canvas. A very cheap way to decorate your walls.
Utilize window treatments to give your apartment a touch of glam. This is where you can go wild with color or texture, etc.
Maybe, like me, you’re in a one-bedroom and don’t have a designated office. But look around and find a spot for a place to create one.
You want this to be a serene and restful place. If you have vertical blinds, you can always take them down and put up some pretty curtains.
Your bathroom will probably be small and not have a lot of storage space.
If you’re on the ground floor and have a patio, decorate that space because it adds to your living space.
Don’t let that little piece of real estate go to waste at your apartment! Decorating the outdoors will enhance your space and give an additional place for guests to go.
And if you’re on the second floor or above, here’s a sweet little balcony that makes the most of its space. Cozy and cute.