Apartment Life, Home Decorating
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We often get questions from readers who are renters and they’re ready to upgrade their hand-me-down furniture pieces for “grown-up” ones. They’re usually hesitant to spend too much money out of fear that it won’t fit or go with the look of their next home.
While we don’t suggest that everyone go out and buy a ginormous sectional, there really are pieces you can buy now! Here are home decor items that you can (and should) invest in now, because they’ll most likely be able to find a place in your next pad. (more…)
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When I was a renter, space was always a premium. Heck, even as a homeowner I’m still always looking for ways to sneak in some extra storage!
But even if you live in a small apartment or studio, there are ways to make the most of your space so you can live in an efficient, organized, and good-looking home. Our trick? Secret storage!
Money Saving, Moving Day
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Are you supposed to tip movers?
We get this question all the time. The answer is “no”. Or, “yes”. It kinda depends, so let us explain.
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Can Moving Be Any Easier Than This?
Someone out there, it seems, is trying to do away with our industry.
Okay we may not have to sell our furniture pads and hand trucks, but it is a striking idea.
A company called Kasita is taking the idea of moving one’s home to a whole different level, as they gear up to introduce their moveable apartments. Yes, that’s right. The whole apartment gets moved. Sound crazy? Check it out right here!