“Furnished apartments aren’t stylish.” “Furnished apartments cost a fortune!” “There’s no personality in furnished apartments.” “Only certain apartments come furnished.” Okay, we’ve heard it all. There are so many myths about furnished apartments and not nearly enough time to debunk them all. Find out the truth behind these four big myths and give ApartmentSearch a try today! Read the rest of this entry »
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Whether it’s your mom, friend, or new significant other that happens to “pop in,” it’s bound to happen: someone will want to see your apartment. Bachelor pads have the stigma of being very “Bond-esque,” but how practical is a secret door that’s hidden behind a sleek bookshelf? Here are some tips on how to pull off a bachelor pad when you’re not saving the world (but could easily be mistaken for trying). Read the rest of this entry »
The rising cost of rental rates has been all over the news for the past two years. And now, those stories are being replaced by ones highlighting the softening of those same costs as well as the value associated with being an apartment renter (rather than a homeowner). But there is a whole lot more to the equation than just the basic cost – primarily rent. In fact, there is a ton of math that goes on behind the scenes at both apartment communities and inside renters’ apartments. Follow along as we crunch some numbers you may not have considered when it comes to your next apartment. Read the rest of this entry »
You’ve just moved into your new place. You’re unpacked, proud of yourself for finally unpacking, and start to think…Do I have a coffee maker? Wow, that wall is really barren. Did I forget toilet paper?! How can I make this place feel more like home? Fear not, forgetful fellow. Nowadays, it’s easier than ever to rent nearly anything you could possibly need to furnish your apartment. The best part about it? You can have most things delivered within hours. And if you think we’re just talking about basic couches and boring side tables, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. Read the rest of this entry »
By Merri Cvetan
You found the perfect apartment to fit your lifestyle. You love the windows and view; it has big rooms with plenty of storage and a killer kitchen. Then, you look down and notice the floors aren’t so pretty. If your landlord isn’t too keen on replacing the linoleum or tile, you’re stuck, right? Not so fast—an area rug can come to the rescue. Read the rest of this entry »
We’ve all seen the same Facebook post from our desperate friends: “Moving day! Can anyone help? Will pay in six-packs and pizza slices!” Zero likes. And it’s no wonder why—moving is a pain, and helping your friend lug that solid wood entertainment center down three flights of stairs isn’t exactly worth a bachelor’s favorite meal. Keeping up with hand-me-downs shouldn’t be at the top of your list, which is why many people are now choosing to live in furnished apartments. With an option to filter your search results to fully furnished rental options only on ApartmentSearch.com, your life can be made easier with the click of the mouse. Just check out these unexpected perks! Read the rest of this entry »
It’s appropriate that the weather starts to cool down once September rolls around…because it helps to wear a few different “hats” when you’re on the prowl for the month’s best deals! What kinds of hats, you may be wondering? Find out with this fun list of the best things to buy in September! Read the rest of this entry »
Boxes are everywhere, the unpacking has begun, and a delicious deep dish pizza has been ordered – you’re officially moving in to your first place! Now, where do you even begin with furniture? Take a seat (on the floor?) and read on for ten pieces of furniture that every first apartment needs. Read the rest of this entry »
Do you consider yourself the host/hostess with the most/mostest? Are you the envy of friends and family for the Pinterest-worthy parties you create? …No? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. We’ve all been on the receiving end of: “I’m going to be in town this weekend! Mind if I crash at your place?” (*insert wide eyes emoji here*) Of course you want to accommodate but…ohmygosh how on earth will you get ready for company should you make muffins and possibly put on an apron and wow there’s so much to do where to start AHHHH.
We know. Luckily, we’re here to help. Below are some tips to make your apartment feel like a cute, cozy, home away from home for anyone that crashes at your pad. Read the rest of this entry »
As we head toward the end of January, it may be slightly embarrassing to admit that you’ve still got decorations from the holidays decking the halls of your home. If you’re an apartment renter, the prospect of squeezing that artificial tree back into the corner of the coat closet may seem especially daunting. Whether you rent a one-bedroom apartment or a studio, have no fear! Here are 4 space-saving tips for how to pack away the holiday chaos in an orderly fashion.
Tip #1: Use old egg crates to store ornaments
Looking for a quick and easy way to store fragile ornaments? Simply take an old egg carton out of the fridge and place an ornament in each cranny and close the lid! Your ornaments are protected and organized in a snap! It no longer takes professional boxes, bags and tissue paper to store the tree décor.
Tip #2: Use leftover cardboard boxes to wrap up lights tangle-free Read the rest of this entry »