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- Living in an apartment, or in an older home with tiny rooms, can present a challenge: how to make your limited space seem larger. Try these easy home-decorating ideas. …read more The post 16 Decorator Tricks for Small Living Rooms and More appeared first on Apartments In Indianapolis.
- Looking for some great ideas for decorating on the cheap in your new apartment? Take a look at the 30 brilliant but cost-effective brainstorms we found on Pinterest! …read more The post 30 Brilliant Ideas for Apartment Decorating on the Cheap appeared first on Apartments In Indianapolis.
- Adding a mirror or a temporary back-splash are just two great ways to temporarily renovate your kitchen while renting. To learn about the other good ideas, click here! …read more The post 9 Good Kitchen Updates (When You Can’t Renovate Your Rental) appeared first on Apartments In Indianapolis.
- Apartment hunting can be stressful, and living in an apartment isn’t always a picnic either. From noisy neighbors to horrible landlords and tight spaces, things can get dicey. But with the right tricks up your sleeve, living in an apartment can be awesome. Here …read more The post Top 10 Tricks for Better Apartment Living […]
- Just because your home is pint-sized doesn’t mean you have to live with pint-sized home decor. Try these apartment decorating ideas on for size, and you’ll find your small apartment has never looked bigger. Click Here To Learn More …read more The post Decorating Tips for Furnishing Small Apartments appeared first on Apartments In Indianapolis.
- Bright colors and graphic patterns are hallmarks of Washington, D.C., interior designer Sally Steponkus, whose bold-yet-classic look is well within your reach. Click Here To Learn More …read more The post 10 Tips for Apartment Decorating appeared first on Apartments In Indianapolis.
- With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, its important to start thinking about how you want to decorate if you’re having people over. Well, look no further! This article has 35 great ideas to make your home stand out. Read the article here. …read more The post 35 Ideas for Fall Decorations appeared first on Apartments In Indianapolis.
- Mosquito bites shouldn’t ruin the summer for you. Open the windows and curtains and enjoy the weather from the inside of your home. Keep the mosquitoes away from your apartment this summer with these tips. Screens Most modern windows come with screens. But some don’t. You can purchase a low-cost screen to fit any window […]
- Not much is worse than living next to a neighbor you don’t want to socialize with. The typical neighborly gift is food. But many people have food allergies. Get off on the right foot with these gift ideas for new neighbors. Introduce to Local Places Your new neighbor may also be new to the community. […]
- When you think about it, the average apartment unit size per family size is probably smaller than the average house size per family size. This, at the outset, gives an advantage to renters: with a smaller area, you’ll use less energy to provide heating or cooling to satisfy the same amount of people. But some […]
- Working from home can be a huge blessing for some people: you can drink as much coffee as you want! For others, it can be a death sentence. From childcare and errands to cleaning the house and Sportscenter, some distractions you’ll find at home don’t exist at the workplace. But distractions don’t have to ruin […]
- Not much is more frustrating than trying to talk on the phone when your cellular reception is low. From broken sentences to incomplete words, the conversation is pretty much incomprehensible. The most obvious thing to do is keep your phone charged. A full battery guarantees the best hardware performance. But aside from finding the sweet […]
- If this is the first year you've lived in your apartment, you don't yet know how winter conditions might change your electricity bills or room temperature levels. Maybe things won't change at all. Here are some tips in case they do. Windows The very first thing you'll want to do is seal your windows. Even if they are new, it can only help. Purchase some plastic to put over the glass, buy insulating curtains, and get a door sweep. Even if your windows are old, the plastic and curtains together will reduce winter's effects on your apartment significantly. But don't become a hermit. When the sun is out, make sure your curtains are open. It's not only good for your skin to get some sunlight, but it's a free source of heat. Vent Filter You'll want to replace your vent filter as well. Ever wonder why spring cleaning is a huge deal? Why it has it's own name? Why winter cleaning isn't a thing? It's because your home gets dirtiest during the winter months. This is due to a lot of factors. But the main reason is because people keep their windows closed when it's cold outside. This traps in dirt, dust, and everything else in your home, for months. Beginning the winter with a clean filter is a good idea. Not only will it filter out dirty air coming into your apartment, it'll increase air flow from your vent. Rugs Lastly, rugs are great insulators. Get large rugs. Not only will it help liven up your living space, it'll trap in some heat, especially if you have hardwood floors. It'll be nice to not have to walk on cold floors during the coldest months of the year. Space Heater If you've done everything here and still are cold, don't …
- We all know this experience. You go to the car wash. You pay for a nice shine. You vacuum the seats and floors. And after a month, not only has the shine faded, but it looks like a dump on the inside. Follow these tips to maintain a clean interior throughout the winter. Trash Cans This idea might seem unappealing at first. Who wants a trash container to take up legroom in the car? And won't it smell? But, especially if you don't want to clean out your car every time you drive it, a secondary benefit of a trash can is to get you in the habit of cleaning out your car. Even if it means just taking out the trash once a month. But obviously the primary benefit of having a trash can in your car is it eliminates the garbage. And it won't take up too much space. Buy a small 3 or 5 gallon trash can with a lid. Once you get in the habit of taking the trash out of the car, you can get rid of the trash can. Organizers Invest in a good car organizer. Then purchase some car wipes to keep the interior shiny and clean. Also stock up on some baby wipes for any messy passengers. Place these cleaners and any objects or tools in the organizer. With the trashcan and organizer, what else can be in your car? Once you get organized, cleaning will be the easiest part of owning a car. Even if you have a family, an organizing box will hold toys, crayons, books, and anything else you'll need. Now that the floor is clean and the dashboard wiped, the interior of your car will stay as clean as it came out of the factory.
- Sometimes its impossible to get a real Christmas tree, so here are a lot of good alternative ideas! See more here. …read more The post Alternative Christmas Trees appeared first on Apartments In Indianapolis.
- When it comes to moving into a small apartment that barely holds all of your belongings, it can be difficult to find ways to decorate the space and make it feel like home. With a cramped bathroom or a minimal amount of storage, it …read more The post Infusing Personality Into Your Apartment appeared first […]
- Sloped ceilings–like the kind you find in attic spaces–have a ton of character and make cozy rooms like bedrooms and family rooms feel a whole lot more intimate. So why do we not love them?Well, here are some designs that make sloped ceilings seem …read more The post Make the Most with a Sloped Ceiling […]
- While there’s a time for rushing through home cleaning and repair tasks as quickly as possible to get back to living and enjoying the rest of your life, there are times when taking it a bit slower is advised. There are some tasks around …read more The post 5 Tasks to Take Your Time With […]
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