Apartment living can be exciting, and fun. If it’s your first or you twentieth, apartment dwellers enjoy the freedom of mobility, and living with roommates and friends. While others don’t enjoy living in an apartment because they feel like they are restricted and tied into the appearance of an apartment. Before you get too upset, check with your landlord or apartment management company to find out what the decorating guidelines are for your place. Once you know, follow these tips on how to make your lifeless apartment feel like home.ANALYZE: Take a look at your apartment room by room, and analyze its good and bad points. Make a list of what areas you’d like to accentuate and what areas you want to minimize. If you don’t have any windows in a room, note that you want to bring light colors, and more lighting into the space. If you love the view out of the living room, note that you want the couch to face in that direction. Analyzing the space will give you a plan to move forward in making the space your own. Visualize how it WILL be one day.BUDGET: Determine how much you have to spend before you hit IKEA! It’s easy to say you only need a few items, and then 3 stores later you are $500.00 over budget. Have a small budget? Buy key items that will go a long way. Area rugs, window treatments, bedding, and towels are all items that are relatively inexpensive, but can add color and warmth to your apartment immediately. If you have a larger budget, purchase furniture pieces that are necessities first. A bed, sofa, and dining room table/chairs may be important for entertaining. If you have multiple roommates, ask them to split the cost of large ticket items.COLOR: Often times, your landlord will let you paint because it’s not interfering with the structural integrity of the apartment. Painting is the easiest, cheapest, and fastest way to change the mood and décor in a space. Be creative with coordinating colors throughout your apartment. For smaller apartments, use lighter colors, especially if there are minimal windows. Management said ‘No’, to painting the walls? Consider using fabric hung with nails, and room divider screens to bring color, personality and definition to your apartment.PERSONAL TOUCHES: Have you ever heard the saying, “Home is where you lay your hat?” It means your home is wherever you call home. Display pictures, memorabilia, and personal items from your previous home in your new apartment. Frame collectibles and sentimental items in decorative frames, and shadow boxes to make you feel comfortable. Bring items from your last loved home into your new apartment.Your apartment is only a few details away from making it look and feel like home.
Hello, everyone and welcome to another Saturday of great finds. For today we gathered up some interesting interiors that we believe will nicely add up to your decorating ideas. The first photo we would like to feature is taken in a spectacular looking apartment located in Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia. This particular interior is the focal point of the house and accommodates some of the wackiest elements this loft has to offer, such as a SPA and a barbecue section. Find it appealing?Now this is a nice setting for a piano player to practice his or her skills. Enormous windows and giant palm-trees right outside your home could definitely count as good inspiration sources.Here is an interesting red furniture piece that not only brings color to the room, but also adds dynamism. The random-shaped storage units (some of them inclined) can be quite useful when integrated in an office or a modern living room.Reading corners are a real trend these days and we couldn’t be happier about it. Not only do they encourage reading, but they do it in such a delightful and aesthetic way, don’t you agree? Here is one below to stir up your story appetite.This bedroom does not come with a view, but with two of them. One through the large, floor to ceiling windows (or sliding door) and the other, through the ceiling. Find this idea practical?This room is probably good for taking some time off in solitude, or have your friends over for a board-game. Slanted walls and large windows give it a great atmosphere, especially if some of the candles on the stairs are lit.We really like the contrast that the timber creates with the yellow quartz and the games of light and shades which can be observed in the photo below. The little girl going down the stairs gives the whole interior a happy look.The geometry of this room is intriguing, but in the same time original and inspiring. The exposed wooden beams, together with the curved lines of the sofa and chair create unusual lines that playfully direct your sight around the room.Not a bad looking outdoor terrace, wouldn’t you agree? This photo was taken of a project called The Letterbox House and built on a modest suburban beach home scale. Its shape is truly ingenious, just click the link in this paragraph for the initial article, as featured on Freshome.We will end this week’s design spotter in a good mood. To be more exact, with an atmosphere created by plenty of city lights, a pool and seating space for two. Enjoy the show and tune up next week for round 7.If you enjoyed this display of ideas, or would like to suggest an inspiring room design for the next Freshome Saturday Design Spotter, leave your comments below or drop a line at [email protected]
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