5 ways to get your apartment ready
House plants are so yesterday. Spruce up your home décor with these 5 vertical gardens.
Coffee tables serve as an anchor for your TV binge-fests and hangouts with friends. Check out these trendy tables!
From placemats to calendars to countdowns, chalkboards will bring a lot of fun to your home
Living in an apartment home offers many convenient advantages. Take, for instance, maintenance. Homeowners spend much of their weekends mowing, raking, painting and so much more. For homeowners, there's always an endless list of maintenance chores to be done. As an apartment resident, maintenance chores are just something you don’t have to worry about. You're free to spend your weekends enjoying much more pleasant activities.
Aside from all the great stress-free benefits of living in an apartment home, apartment living can come with a few disadvantages, too.
The right lighting can really make your apartment feel upscale and chic. On the other hand, the wrong lighting can make it feel like a conference room, or worse ... maybe even a grocery store. Here are some tips for casting your apartment in the best possible light.
Make the most of natural light
The soft illumination that streams in through your windows has a way of making you feel at ease. To make the most of your apartment's natural lighting, try hanging mirrors on the walls that are opposite your windows.
One thing’s for certain: San Diego’s got style. But when you return from a day out on the town, your apartment may seem a little bit plain by comparison, especially if you haven’t taken the time to make it your own.
You spend a lot of time at home, so shouldn’t your personal space reflect your unique tastes? Follow these budget décor tips, and your San Diego apartment will be even more of a pleasure to inhabit.
The New Year is here, which means it may be time for a change! If you want to refresh your apartment décor but don’t know where to start, it’s easy to feel stuck. The best way to get inspired is to see what other people have done: