Simple Ways To Make Your New Apartment Feel Like Home

 

Moving to a new place presents a new era in your life. It can be exciting, fun, but also nerve-wracking and exhausting. After all, packing and unpacking can be a dull job, but in this case, it simply has to be done. On the other hand, you will get to try out new routines, go shopping for interesting house décor, and have a clean start. You surely want to make your new apartment feel like home as quickly as possible, and with these clever tips you can! Just read the following and you will learn how to transform those cold walls into a loving and inviting environment

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Unpack as soon as you can

When you move into a new place, nothing seems right. To be more precise, nothing seems yours. It is not a pleasant feeling, but it is an inevitable part of the moving process. To get rid of it, unpack as fast as you can so that the apartment starts feeling like home. Nothing is worse than living among boxes for weeks or even months. If you are feeling lazy or unmotivated, ask your friends for help. Heck, you can even make a whole fun event out of it.

A pop of color makes all the difference

If you are leasing the apartment, make sure you check with the landlord before you pick the color for your walls. If they are okay with it, give the walls a new look and you will instantly change the vibe of your space. With a fresh coat of paint you can drastically change the way your apartment looks without actually spending a lot of money.

Add a personal touch

Nothing gives the apartment that personal touch more than your favorite knick-knacks and heirlooms. Therefore, display the magazines and books you love on the coffee table, throw your comfy blanket over the couch, give your wall that extra something with your favorite Skull Bliss gold pieces, hang that painting that belonged to your grandma, or put flowers in that vase you bought on your trip to Europe. With nice decorations that not only look pretty but also have sentimental value, you will turn that space in your personal haven.

Get real furniture

You are not in college anymore so it is time to grow up and get some real furniture. Even if you are just renting the apartment you shouldn’t settle for plastic chairs and cardboard box tables! If your budget is tight, you can find some really cool pieces on sales. Buy the pieces you really love, because even after you leave that rental those items will stay with you.

Play with lighting

A 'naked' lightbulb that is just hanging from the ceiling will give your apartment a cold, basement-y vibe, so make sure you buy yourself a nice chandelier. Better yet, to add some warmth to the place, opt for a couple of table and floor lamps you can scatter all over the place. Even if your boxes are still unpacked, the whole apartment will seem intimate and cozy thanks to these lamps.

Get some privacy

Without curtains or blinds, your windows will seem naked, not to mention that your neighbors will see you naked. Therefore, make your home super cozy and private with a couple of stylish curtains. When you are already buying fabric, get some for your throw pillows. Those can also make all the difference.

Now that you are all settled in your comfy home, organize a housewarming party for your friends, and start enjoying your new space.