Michael Jankowski. Interior. November 15th , 2017.
While interior decorating may work easily for spacious houses, it may not for apartments. The reason is that most apartments have smaller spaces. However, with a little bit of common sense and some interior design skills or ideas, transforming your tiny place into a fully functional and beautiful home may not be too difficult at all.
In almost every city, you can find booklets listing different complexes in the area. While these free circulars are not up to date with who still has apartments for rent and who doesnt, it is a great place to get a list of what complexes are in your new area. You can look at the location and list of amenities before you contact the leasing office for a tour.
When you move into an apartment you can expect to have to live with some limitations such as white walls and no painting allowed, no nail holes in the walls and after a while, it can seem overwhelmingly oppressive without some sort of personalization for your home. However, with a bit of creative finagling, you can create apartment decor that fits your style perfectly.
You can achieve a simple but elegant look for your apartment simply by placing the right kind of furniture at the right corner of a room. Leave spaces for easy movement between furniture when arranging the place. Since the living is small, small-scale sofas and chairs are enough as long as you position them in a way that is relaxing for conversations. A small table or drawer would be perfect at the side of the sofa near the entrance.
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