8 Father’s Day Gifts That Are Perfect for Apartment Living

perfect father's day gifts for apartment dads

 

perfect father's day gifts for apartment dads

Your dad has sacrificed a lot in his life to make sure you were comfortable and happy. Repay his hard work and dedication with a Father’s Day gifts that he’ll actually use.

If you’re struggling to come up with a fun or unique gift, then use these eight gifts your father will love.

1. Rayban Sunglasses

Who are you kidding? Every dad could use a little more style in their wardrobe. A fresh pair of Rayban sunglasses are the answer. It doesn’t matter if it’s winter or summer, your dad will wear these any chance he gets.

2. Electric Grill

Every dad loves firing up the grill in the summer! While he may not be able to have a charcoal or gas grill at an apartment, electric grills are allowed on patios and balconies.

Give your father the gift of grilling by purchasing an electric grill to make his signature steaks and burgers.

3. Oblio Wireless Charger and Sanitizer

People don’t sanitize their phones nearly enough. With an Oblio wireless charging station, your dad will be able to charge his phone and sanitize it at the same time.

This is one easy way to keep your dad safe during the current pandemic and flu season.

4. Monthly Beer Subscription

Who doesn’t like a refrigerator full of their favorite beer? Keep your dad’s favorite obscure beer in full stock.

He’ll love this gift so much that you’ll probably get a few beers from him when you visit.

5. Watches Make Great Father’s Day Gifts

A watch is a timeless Father’s Day gift and one that your dad will love.

Does your dad run? Buy him a watch that will keep track of his heart rate, running time, and other data. If he’s an avid swimmer, check out some waterproof watches.

There are many styles available and one to suit almost any need.

6. Amazon Echo Show

Give your dad the world at his fingertips with an Echo Show. Now, dad can easily keep track of the latest news and weather, listen to music, watch his favorite shows, listen to podcasts, and keep track of his shopping list. It can even help him with recipes and stay in touch with family and friends.

This is one gift that can do so much.

7. A Digital Photo Frame

Does your dad love to take photos? A digital photo frame will allow him to display all of his favorite photos without having to have multiple frames.

You could even preload the digital frame with photos of the two of you together throughout the years. (You may want to include a box of tissues, too!)

8.  Astronomer’s Telescope

Does your dad always looking up at the stars? A small telescope will allow dad to watch the stars and his favorite constellations and they’re perfectly sized to fit his apartment balcony or patio.

A Father’s Day to Remember

Show your dad appreciation by making this Father’s Day one to remember. He will probably insist on skipping the gifts, but he won’t be disappointed after you pick one of our Father’s Day gift ideas perfect for apartment living.

Make the Most of Your Apartment and Live a Happier Life

a happier life

a happier life

The bigger the house, the bigger the problem. You don’t need a McMansion to be happy, but you already knew that didn’t you? You can lead a happier life by being grateful for the things you have, including your cozy apartment. 

Start making the most of what you have with these tips.

1. Change What You Can

While most apartment communities won’t allow you to change things the color of your walls, you can create an environment that shows off your personality and add color.

If your room seems a bit drab, add some throw rugs, pillows, and window coverings to brighten up a room and show off your personality. Plants can also add some personality to your environment and help promote a sense of calm. 

2. Get Rid of the Clutter

Clutter can make a small space seem even smaller. It can also make you feel overwhelmed, making it harder to feel at ease and comfortable in your own home. 

Get inspired by Marie Kondo and get rid of anything that does not bring you joy. If you’ve acquired so many items throughout the years that you’re hanging onto simply just because, it’s time to let go. 

What’s left will be items that mean something to you, and that you’ll want to be surrounded by.

3. Put Your Memories on Display

Some of the items you keep after you declutter will be sentimental items like photographs. Put them on display to showcase your life and the people in it. 

By creating an environment in which you’re surrounded by the things you love, you’ll promote happiness. Just make sure to put different items in different rooms, rather than having it all in one place, so you don’t end up feeling cluttered again. 

4. Encourage Socializing 

Simply being more social can make you happier in your day-to-day. If you enjoy reading, create a book nook and host a book club. If you enjoy card games, have an area set up for a game night. Hosting events either in person or virtually will help you feel more at home and happy in your space. 

5. Focus on the Positives 

One sure-fire way to be happy is to simply choose happiness. Flip those negatives into positives. Consider the things you love about apartment living, like the flexibility to move when you need to, more money in your savings because you didn’t need tens of thousands of dollars for a down payment, and the benefit of not having to spend money on home repairs.  

The Key to a Happier Life Is…

Gratitude. Chances are if you’re not happy in your apartment you wouldn’t be much happier in a big house. The key to a happier life is learning to appreciate what you have and make the most of it. 

So take the time to create a home out of your apartment, think of the reasons why you love your lifestyle and surround yourself with things that make you happy. 

If you’re looking for an apartment to call home in Fort Wayne, Indiana, check out your options here

How to Move Heavy Objects up Stairs and Into Your 2nd Floor Apartment

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move heavy objects up stairs

In the United States, at least 36 million people live in apartments.

If you’re looking for a place to rent and call home, you should consider an apartment. If you already have lived in an apartment or helped someone move into an upstairs apartment, you know how difficult it can be.

One of the most difficult parts of living in an apartment can be to move heavy objects up stairs. Depending on the age and size of your appliances and furniture, they can be very heavy. The older something is, the more common it is for it to be heavy and made of sturdy wood or metal.

Living in an upstairs apartment has many benefits. You have a better view of your surroundings, you don’t have anyone stomping around on your ceiling, and you have more window privacy.

However, one of the most difficult parts of living in an apartment can be to move heavy objects up stairs like beds, sofas, and other furniture.

Save yourself some trouble and read our tips for moving heavy objects up stairs.

Move Heavy Objects up Stairs

If you’re moving into an upstairs apartment, you should know how to move heavy objects up stairs. If you don’t move them in the right way, you risk injury. Around 75% of back injuries occur from lifting. The heavier and more awkward a load is the more risk of injury there is.

If you’re moving into an upstairs apartment, you should know how to move heavy objects up stairs. If moved incorrectly, you risk injury. Around 75% of back injuries occur from lifting. The heavier and more awkward a load is the more risk of injury there is.

Here are techniques and some advice that will prevent you from becoming hurt.

1. Lift With Your Knees

Renting an apartment can be a lot of fun. When you go to move heavy objects up stairs, remember to bend with knee. To get the load up, don’t bend or twist your back. Lower your body and rise up using your legs to push. This will reduce the stress on your back.

2. Keep Loads Centered

If a load is heavy to one end, make sure someone is on that end. Don’t try to control too big a load with only two people. Shifting weight can harm you just as fast as heavyweight will. If the object you are lifting has moving parts, this can be dangerous if you aren’t prepared.

3. Team Lift Everything

Don’t try to tough out your move, and it isn’t necessary to do all the heavy lifting yourself. Make sure that you have a friend or roommate that can help you get the heavier objects up the stairs. Don’t be afraid to ask for help from neighbors either. Some things require more than even two people to get up.

4. Keep the Weight Forward

You want the weight forward, but not pulling on you. This means your back should never bend backward while you are carrying something heavy. If it does, you are putting incredible stress on the vertebrae and discs in your back. This can lead to crippling injury if you aren’t careful.

Once You’ve Moved In, Everything Is Okay

If you’re in the Fort Wayne, Indiana area and are looking for a place to stay, consider us at Willow Creek Crossing Apartments. We have one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom, and townhouse apartments ready to go. We offer amenities that you simply won’t get anywhere else.

If you’re in the Fort Wayne, Indiana area and are looking for a place to stay, consider us at Willow Creek Crossing Apartments. We have one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom, and townhouse apartments and offer amenities that you’ll love.

When you’re moving in, remember to move heavy objects up stairs safely. We don’t want you getting hurt when you should be having the time of your life. You can contact us or apply online. We look forward to seeing you.

Apartment Living Advice: 3 Tips on How to Work From Home Successfully

how to work from home successfully

how to work from home successfully

Working from home has already been becoming a trend in recent years. Remote work has grown by 44% in the last 5 years alone.

The current coronavirus crisis has accelerated this trend and will likely have a huge effect on what doing business looks like even after the lockdowns are lifted.

But working from home, especially if you don’t have space for a dedicated home office, is another type of work experience altogether. Read on for our top tips on how to work from your apartment successfully.

Set a Schedule

You don’t have to keep a rigid schedule, flexibility is one of the benefits of working from home. However, if most people don’t have some kind of guidelines, procrastination will become king and productivity will go out the window.

So, pick your best schedule. Maybe you like sticking with the 9-5 or 7-3 or 10-6. Maybe a few hours in the morning, with a long lunch and a few hours in the evening will work better for you. Some night owls might even find they prefer working after dinner. Regardless, find what works and stick to it and enjoy the ability to take an afternoon off here and there.

Create a Work Space

If you have an extra room to use as a home office, this is ideal. However, many people, particularly apartment dwellers, don’t have an entire room they can dedicate to work. If that’s the case, find a quiet corner in your space where you can set up a desk.

The kitchen table might be okay if you live alone. But if you live with your family or roommates, there will probably be too many distractions as people are in and out all day. Not to mention the snacks in the cupboard will be constantly calling to you.

The bedroom might be a better spot, in that case, but be sure to set up a separate space and don’t work from your bed. Your body and mind need to associate your bed with sleep, not work, or you might find that you won’t be able to turn off at night.

Once you have a good spot, invest in a quality, ergonomic chair, and set up your space as ergonomically as possible to ease the stress on your body.

Set Boundaries

If you live with other people, you need to set boundaries. Without boundaries, you will find yourself being distracted all day and your productivity will tank. Set up work hours during which everyone knows they need to pretend you’re not home.

If you have kids, this might not be fully possible. However, you can still layout rules about what they can and can’t ask you for during your work hours.

Mastering How to Work from Home Successfully

We hope these tips for working remotely help you to learn how to work from home successfully. Whether by choice or due to the coronavirus, working from home is a viable option for many people that saves time and helps them lead happy productive lives.

It’s also a fantastic option for people with a bit of a nomadic spirit. They can easily move to a new apartment when their lease is up without having to think about their commute!

Are you looking for a new apartment in Fort Wayne? Check out our apartments for rent here at Willow Creek Crossing Apartments today!

From Bachelor Drab to Bachelor Pad: 5 Renter-Friendly Ways to Update Your Apartment

renter friendly upgrades for your apartment

renter friendly upgrades for your apartment

According to CityLab, over 100 million Americans rent their homes, so finding a rental with all the right accommodations is a cause for celebration.

Whether you’re living with your family, or you’re a young bachelor, choosing renter-friendly upgrades for your apartment might be necessary, at some point.

Are you ready to upgrade your apartment? Check out these tips to take your apartment from so-so to whoa.

Renter-Friendly Upgrades for Your Apartment

Apartment living is great and has many benefits. Make your apartment your own with a few apartment upgrades.

Before changing the appearance of your apartment, please speak with the landlord or property manager. Altering the look of your unit without permission might cost you the security deposit. It’s better to be safe than sorry.

1. Spruce Up the Bathroom

When decorating an apartment, many people don’t think about decorating the bathroom, but this room needs a little love too. Modern bathrooms exude the look and feel of a spa. When you walk in there, the sense of relaxation should overflow.

To achieve a new look in your apartment, buy a new shower curtain, hang up wall art, or use different color towels. It’s interesting how changing small details can make a significant impact.

2. Decorate the Kitchen

Kitchens are the heart of a home. Update the kitchen with removable backsplash tiles to revive the sink area.

Place decorative storage containers in your cabinets or on the counters and hang decorative kitchen towels. Set a bowl of your favorite snack as the centerpiece of your table.

Colorful appliances such as coffee makers and toasters also help dress up a kitchen.

3. Organize The Closets

Organizing your closets is perfect for getting the most usage out of a room. Choosing the right storage bins, hooks, or hangers is exciting and gratifying.

Setting your clothing, accessories, and shoes into a designated area helps maintain order and quick retrieval of an item. To whip your closet into shape try bins and baskets for hats, pajamas, scarves, gloves, handbags, or belts.

Use hangers for professional and easily wrinkle tops, pants, and skirts. Consider hanging shoes by hooks on the inside of the closet door to free up floor space.

A well-organized closet shows maturity and dedication.

4. Revamp Your Floors

For many apartments, carpet is the standard as it absorbs sound. If your carpet is looking a little drab, give it a deep cleaning to keep it looking fresh.

Afterward, try adding some spice with area rugs. Mix and match the textures of the area rugs with your decorative pillows for a more pleasing look.

5. Awaken The Countertops

Countertops do more than provide space for chopping vegetables and preparing meals. They pull together the look of your cabinets, backsplash, and flooring.

Let your kitchen counter reflect your personality with a colorful cutting board, cookie jar, a glass canister, or crock-pot.

Personalized items are popular too. Get your name or initials on a knife block and cutlery set.

Whatever you choose to display, make sure it captures your style.

Sign A Lease

As you can see, renter-friendly upgrades for an apartment don’t have to break your bank. All the options discussed are affordable and won’t take long to do.

If you’re ready for a new apartment, search our website for more information and contact us to schedule a tour.

5 New Years Resolution Ideas for Healthier Apartment Living

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new years resolution ideas

While many people yearn for a home to own, 34% of US households are made in rented spaces such as apartments. This has been more and more the case in recent years- Americans are shifting more toward wanting to save money and pay off debt instead of purchasing real estate.

At New Year’s, making resolutions is a great idea. If you’re one of the many people who live in an apartment, there are a few resolutions you can make to ensure that your life at home is even better than it was last year.

Read on for some New Years resolution ideas that will get you feeling more relaxed and at home in your apartment.

1. Doing Weekly Cleaning

Cleaning’s boring at best and disgusting at worst, so it’s really no wonder that most households don’t sweep the floors or bleach the bathtub nearly as often as they should. If you do these chores regularly, though, your house will look much cleaner. This will make you feel more relaxed when in your apartment and ultimately make you a happier person.

2. Completing Small Chores Immediately

While a lot of tasks can be done on a weekly basis, there are some chores that you might as well do immediately. Cleaning your dishes right after eating will stop funky smells from materializing. Making your bed each morning will make your room look cleaner and more relaxed. Chores like these only take a couple of minutes and make all the difference!

3. Get That Renovation Done

Everyone has that vision for their home that they’ve thought about implement but just haven’t gotten around to. It’s the new year and the perfect time to try new things, so why not install that awesome couch? Fix the hole in the wall? You’ll feel great having accomplished something you’ve been wanting to for a while!

4. Being Kind to Roommates

Your roommates may be annoying, but they’re yours. You probably bother them sometimes, too. Make it a resolution in the new decade to do one small kind thing for them each day. It doesn’t need to be anything big- just putting their cup in the appropriate cupboard will do.

5. Taking Some Time for You

In order to fully enjoy your apartment, it’s essential that you take some time to be kind to yourself. This year, resolve to carve out specific time frames to do something relaxing. For example, hop into a hot bath with a calming bath bomb and a novel. You’ll live life to the fullest when you choose to do things like this!

More New Years Resolution Ideas

While everyone makes vows to change their behavior in the new year, only a few actually follow through. If you’re one of these people, though, you can change your life for the better by committing to doing so!

Now that you know some New Years resolution ideas to get you started in the new decade, it’s time to look more into ways you can make your apartment a happier and more comfortable place in 2020. Check out the apartment living tab on our homepage for more articles on making your house a home.

Happy 2020!

Baby It’s Cold Outside: How to Keep Warm in Your Apartment This Winter

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Are you moving into a new apartment this winter and want to make it warm and cozy? Or maybe you’re happy where you are, but as the temperatures drop outside, it’s starting to feel freezing cold inside.

Read on to discover how to keep warm in the winter without breaking the bank on heating bills.

Stock Up on Warm Blankets

You can never have enough warm blankets around the house in the winter. Have throw blankets on or near sofas to and throw an extra blanket or two on your bed.

Another option is an electric heated blanket that you can turn on and off as needed. They’re a great option if you have pets, so you and your furry friend can snuggle under the blanket to stay warm.

Warm Up Your Bedroom

We mentioned adding extra blankets to your bed. Another option is getting fleece bed sheets. They’re thick enough to keep you warm, yet soft enough to keep you comfortable. And, they don’t have the cold feeling of cotton when you’re crawling into bed.

Before you go to bed at night, close the bedroom door. Sleeping with the door closed helps keep heat in the bedroom.

Drink Warm Tea or Hot Cocoa

If a warm blanket doesn’t help, make a cup of tea or hot cocoa. Warm drinks will heat your body from the inside, raising your body temperature slightly. Adding some spices like cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, nutmeg, and cumin can increase your blood circulation.

The best teas to keep you warm are green or white tea, oolong, ginger, and chamomile. A cup of hot cocoa or warm milk with honey can also keep you warm on cold winter nights.

Find and Seal Air Leaks

If you keep trying to heat your home, yet the warm air keeps escaping, there may be an air leak somewhere. Before you ramp up the thermostat, feel around the apartment’s windows and doors to find where cold air may be coming in.

Cover windows in plastic and use door socks to stop drafts and keep the warm air in the room. This will help reduce your heating bills and you won’t need heavy blankets to stay warm.

Now You Know How to Keep Warm This Winter!

The cold weather is here and it’s only going to get colder! it’s time to start preparing your home for the freezing temperatures. Use these tips to keep warm this winter.

Looking for a new apartment? Contact us today and let us help you find the perfect home for you.

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year! Getting Your Apartment Holiday Ready

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apartment decorating

The holidays are fast approaching, but is your apartment holiday-ready? Decorating for the holidays is fun, but if you live in an apartment, there are some things you should remember. You have a few safety codes to work around and your space is limited. This doesn’t mean you can’t decorate! You’ll just have to get creative.

Here are some apartment decorating ideas for your Fort Wayne apartment.

Find an Artificial Tree

If you’re planning on decorating a Christmas tree, remember that due to the fire code, live trees are not allowed inside apartments. But artificial Christmas trees can look just as real and you won’t have to constantly worry about sweeping up or stepping on pine needles!

If you only have a small space available for your tree, don’t worry! Artificial Christmas trees come in all sizes, widths, and colors, so you’re bound to find one perfect for your Fort Wayne apartment.

Hang Your Stockings with Care

Your apartment doesn’t have a fireplace, so you’re going to have to find somewhere else to hang your stockings. You can find a space on your wall in the living room and use command strip hooks, or find a nice windowsill ledge that needs some decoration. Bookshelves are also a great place to hang a stocking.

If you have children, consider hanging your stockings on bedroom doors or doorknobs. Stockings are a great way to make bedroom doors look more festive!

Decorate with LED Lights

Thinking about decorating your tree, window, or bookshelf with a string of lights? Go for it, but ditch the bulb string lights and opt for LED!

LED lights present no fire hazard even when left unsupervised and will always be cool to the touch. Additionally, they’re brighter, last longer, and use less electricity which will save you money! Because who couldn’t use more money, especially around the holidays!

Give Your Front Door Some Attention

If you’re planning on having guests over for the holidays, there’s nothing more welcoming than a festive front door! Hang a wreath, holiday sign, or some bundled up evergreens to welcome your visitors. You could also wrap your door in wrapping paper to look like a giant gift!

Let It Snow

If you need a holiday decorating idea that’s really cheap and safe for your apartment, get out the scissors, paper, or coffee filters, and string! Cut some shapes in the paper to make snowflakes and string them up throughout your apartment. There’s no better way to turn your Fort Wayne apartment into a winter wonderland.

This is also a fun activity that can keep your children occupied for an afternoon!

Display Your Holiday Cards

The festive pictures on the front of holiday cards are a great (and cheap!) way to liven up any bookshelf or windowsill. You can even string them up along a wall and they won’t take up any space.

Apartment Decorating for the Holidays

With these apartment decorating ideas, your rooms will look festive for the holidays while keeping your apartment up to code!

If you’re in the Fort Wayne area and looking to rent an apartment, contact us!

Size Does Matter: 4 Reasons Why You Should Downsize Your Home to an Apartment

reasons to downsize your home

reasons to downsize your home

Over 40 million families opt to rent instead of buy. And apartments aren’t just for young adults anymore. In fact, adults aged 40 or older account for 51% of America’s rental market!

But what’s the appeal of renting anyway? Isn’t home ownership the goal, after all?

Well, not quite! There are many reasons to downsize your home and go back to apartment life.

Do you want to know what they are? Keep reading to discover 4 amazing reasons you should consider apartment living.

1. Less Maintenance

Apartments are far smaller than traditional homes. While this means you may have to declutter a bit, it also means that you’ll have far less cleaning to do. Instead of spending all day getting your house spick and span, you’ll suddenly notice that it only takes a couple of hours to get your apartment to sparkle.

You also don’t have to worry about any exterior maintenance, like mowing the lawn, cleaning the gutters, raking leaves, or shoveling snow, when you choose to rent an apartment.

Perhaps the best part is that you don’t have to take care of anything that breaks. Simply call the apartment community’s maintenance team and have them come out and fix it for you.

2. Lower Cost

While homes can offer a great return on investment in the long run, monthly rent is often cheaper than a home mortgage, meaning you can save a bit every month.

Since the space is smaller, you’re electric and utility bills will drop too, saving you even more. And because the apartment takes care of things like broken appliances and pest control, you don’t have to worry about draining your savings every time something goes wrong.

3. Awesome Amenities

Have you always dreamed of having a swimming pool in your backyard but couldn’t afford or justify the high cost of installing one?

The good news is that many apartment communities come with free amenities, like pools, playgrounds, and fitness centers. Not only are these amenities convenient because they’re so close, but you can also save even more by canceling your memberships at the gym and community pool.

4. Increased Safety

A home break-in is one of the scariest scenarios you can imagine. While many homeowners opt to install security systems, living in an apartment is inherently safer.

Some communities invest in security guards and are well lit. Plus, the sheer number of people in such close proximity is usually enough to deter any potential criminals as it’s likely someone would hear or see them.

The Top Reasons to Downsize Your Home

Apartments are great ways to save time, save money, and even feel safer.

Are you ready to embrace apartment living? Check out our apartments for rent in beautiful Fort Wayne, Indiana!

First Apartment Checklist: All You Need to Thrive in Your First Place

first apartment checklist

first apartment checklist

Are you about to move into your first apartment? Moving into your first apartment can be exciting. There’s a lot to do before you move in, but once you do, you’ll be able to experience a new level of freedom and adulthood.

To make sure things go smoothly when moving into your apartment, you want to make sure you have it stocked with all the essentials.

Check out this first apartment checklist guide to learn everything you need in your first apartment.

1. Bedding

Moving is exhausting, which is why you want to make sure you have a comfortable place to sleep after a long day of unpacking boxes.

The first items that you should cross off your list should be a mattress, bedding, and pillows.

2. Toolkit, Wall Hooks, and Nails

Whether it’s to put together a shelf or hang up some new art, you’re going to want to have a toolkit handy.

There’s nothing more frustrating to be in a decorating and unpacking groove, only to find out that you have to stop what you’re doing and buy these items.

3. Bathroom Essentials

It won’t be long before you’ll need to use the bathroom and take a shower, which is why it’s important to have some bathroom essentials ready to go.

The top bathroom essentials you need include:

  • Toilet paper
  • A shower curtain
  • First aid kit (accidents happen all the time when moving, so this one is super important)
  • Bath towels
  • Bath mat

Eventually, you’re going to want to add storage racks and other decor items, but these essentials will do for the time being.

4. Cleaning Supplies

As you move into your new apartment, you’re likely going to find spots that previous tenants missed.

Therefore, you’re going to want to have the right cleaning supplies handy to clean up any messes that you encounter. Cleaning items you should buy right away include:

  • Paper towels or rags and a multi-surface cleaning spray
  • Trash bags
  • Toilet bowl scrubber and cleaning solution
  • Dish soap and dishwasher detergent
  • Broom and dustpan
  • Mop and vacuum
  • Air freshener/disinfecting spray

5. Kitchen Essentials

So you don’t wind up having to waste money on paper plates and expensive takeout, we suggest moving into your apartment with some kitchen supplies already in hand.

The top kitchen essentials you need include:

  • Plates and bowls
  • Forks, spoons, and knives
  • Large pot, cookie sheet, frying pan
  • Oil or cooking spray
  • Mugs and glasses
  • Spatula and mixing spoon
  • Food storage containers

6. Living Space

When moving into your first apartment, you want to start putting the living room together as soon as possible so you have a space to hang out and relax.

Here are the living room essentials that you need:

  • Comfy couch
  • Rug
  • Coffee table
  • Floor lamp
  • Television
  • Extra seating

First Apartment Checklist: Are You Ready for Your New Space?

By following this first apartment checklist, you’ll be more than ready for your new space.

If you have any questions about moving into your first apartment, comment below. And, if you’re still searching for an apartment, be sure to check out our listings.