Just because you might be living in an apartment doesn’t mean you have to be living a drab life. With many more folks moving back into apartments every unit should become a premium living environment. If you’re in a good location and paying decent rent then perhaps you need to give your place a make-over which can help strengthen your decision to stay put.
Aside from what type of furniture you want to bring in, you might need to ask your landlord about making significant changes like repainting walls. There are some apartments that restrict hanging things on the wall. The reasons for this are that a landlord needs to know they’ll be able to rent the place if and when you move out. To do that, the place needs to be “neutral” as white walls with no holes in them. However, if you have a good relationship with your landlord and want to change things up he might let you repaint the walls with the promise of taking them back to “white walls” if you move out. That’s not a big deal especially when you consider the trade-off of living in a place that truly reflects your own personality.
When it comes to color selection be bold. You don’t have to think in terms of every room being the same color. Instead, maybe a warm red for the dining room and a soothing yellow for the living room. Your closet paint dealer will have plenty of options for you to pick from. Ask for samples you can slap on the wall and “live with” before doing the complete paint job.
Often an apartment can be greatly enhanced by simply brightening up the place. Adding a large mirror on a wall to reflect the natural sunlight can infuse a room with new energy. If you have an overhead light get out to Home Depot or Lamps Plus to see the huge selection of choices you have for swapping out that lamp. Just make sure you keep the old lamp to put back when you move out.
What about a filling up a wall with photos? Try to mix and match photo sizes and frame designs to create a kind of collage affect. This is a great idea to bring some life into a dreary hallway. One of the things that are hard to find in an apartment is storage space. Closets aren’t always as accommodating as you would like them to be. It might help if you can clear out all your clutter. This is probably a good suggestion before beginning any type of apartment make-over. How much junk are you handing onto that you could conceivable get rid of? You can accomplish this by hiring a team of professional junk haulers like Junk King Charlotte. And if you live up several flights of stairs, have no fear: the professional junk haulers will happily make the climb to help you get rid of your junk. There’s no reason why your apartment can become a true oasis.