Your road bike is your life — but it takes up all the room in your apartment. It’s time to give your bike a home of its own! Here are some creative storage ideas to keep your bike out of your way, but in arms-reach when you need to go for a ride.
‘Apartment Decorating’ Category
Make those warm summer evenings on the patio with friends even cozier with the right lighting. String lights can make your apartment balcony or patio dreamy, but do you know how to hang up outdoor string lights without damaging the walls? It can be challenging! Before you start, you’ll need to do a little research. These are the methods you need to know when hanging up string lighting on your apartment balcony or patio.
Most residential rental housing units are required to have a “kitchen,” however, even in jurisdictions where this is the law, the definition of “kitchen” is murky at best! If your apartment’s kitchen is a little too “vintage” for your taste or you’re dealing with an outdated or under-equipped apartment kitchenette, you may be struggling to prep your favorite homemade meals and no-bake desserts. However, with the right appliances and life hacks, you can improve your rental kitchen on the cheap with these apartment kitchen ideas for renters!
Ahh… Shelves! Not only are they a great storage solution for books and framed photos, but, when styled right, they can also serve as a statement-making display. Read these styling tips and learn how to style bookshelves with knick-knacks, books, and other decorative objects to create a cohesive look that puts the fun in functional. Read the rest of this entry »
When you first saw the place, you thought having a room without a closet was “charming.” Now that you’ve unpacked your whole wardrobe and have nowhere to stuff your stuff, it doesn’t seem charming at all! Don’t worry, though — you can have the apartment you dreamed of with just a little creativity and organization. Try these tips for organizing your place with no closet space. Read the rest of this entry »
Renting your first apartment comes with several other firsts in tow, like finding roommates, managing your bills, and figuring out just how much furniture you need to fill your space. With this guide, you’ll learn what furniture is a must when moving into your new apartment and what pieces you can pause on purchasing. Read the rest of this entry »
Beige carpet. White walls. White doors. Your new apartment is a blank slate. Too blank. You want to give your new place some personality, but painting the walls may not be an option if you’re a renter. Don’t let the beige wall blues get to you though. Check out these 6 easy decor ideas that won’t damage your apartment walls. Read the rest of this entry »
A grill. A comfy hammock. A string of lights. All of the above!
When you moved in, you had big plans for your little apartment balcony, but in the hustle and bustle of life, those plans got shoved to the bottom of your to-do list. But hey—there’s no better time than the present! Use this step-by-step guide to turn your apartment balcony ideas into a cozy hangout for reading, writing, socializing, and maybe even a candlelit dinner. Read the rest of this entry »
Every room in your apartment is thoughtfully decorated—except for one. The bathroom! However, you shouldn’t let overcomplicated craft projects and DIY paint jobs keep you from sprucing up your WC. Instead, turn to these easy tips for decorating a small apartment bathroom—including some cheap and simple decor ideas. Read the rest of this entry »
Plants add life and vibrancy to any space, but some are better than others for the potted life on your apartment balcony. Check out which ones are most likely to thrive so you can be a successful plant parent! Read the rest of this entry »