Designing the interior of a small space can be a challenge. You may have less room to work with, but you can still create an area that’s functional and aesthetically appealing. There are many ways to optimize your small space and give the illusion that you have more room than your limited square footage suggests. To learn how to make a small space feel bigger, continue reading my helpful tips.
A room entirely composed of neutral colors can look smaller than it is. To
Y’all, I was so unprepared the last time I moved. I was so excited to get into my new place that I had absolutely nothing ready. Instead of spending the first few days exploring my new city like I wanted, I was out at the store buying everything I needed. Don’t be like me. Make sure you have all these new home essentials before you move, so you have more time to go on adventures.
I’ll never forget the first night in my new home. I was dying to take a shower
Sometimes in mid-winter, you need a little change to get you through that last push until Spring arrives. A great way to brighten up your home without spending a lot is by adding a little bit of new color and art design throughout. Botanical art isn’t new as it dates back to the 1500s in Europe and earlier in other places, like Asia — but in recent years this delicate and elegant art style has made a huge resurgence. Interior designers and DIY crafters are using botanicals in all sorts of
The holidays are a time for celebrating. Unfortunately, many of these celebrations lead to waste. Stanford University reports that 25% more trash is thrown away during the holiday season the spans from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day.
This waste, whether it’s food waste or plastic, is not necessary. There are plenty of ways to celebrate this holiday season to its fullest, without having a negative impact on our natural world. To help you have a more sustainable holiday this year, ApartmentGuide
Anyone who’s ever had to manage a home repair or—if they’re ambitious—take on a house renovation knows the stress of hiring a contractor. It can be completely overwhelming to try to figure out who’s most qualified, adequately insured, does great work, and fits within your budget. Especially when you realize there are different types of contractors for things like plumbing, electrical, HVAC, roofing, etc., it’s easy to throw in the towel and sign a contract with someone who might