Renting an apartment can have its ups and downs. While you don’t have to pay for any needed repairs while you live there, if you want to redecorate your apartment it’s not as simple as picking out paint swatches to find your favorite hue.
Your bedroom is your sanctuary and it should be treated that way. It’s not so much about what it looks like, but more about how it makes you feel. It should be your escape, your place of peace, relaxation, and rest. The best way to create this kind of atmosphere in your Chico or Redding rental property is by doing a few small actions each day. We’ve included a couple of bigger tasks too.
You walk through the front door of your new home. The first thing you see is the living room. Right now you're hit with a feeling of starkness. White walls. Beige carpet. Generic furniture. No warmth at all. You searched for a rental in Chico or Redding for months. Now that you’ve moved in, you feel overwhelmed by the loneliness of the space. It’s so bare, even with your few pieces of furniture in there. But it doesn’t have to be! Here are 3 important things to consider so you can liven up your living room space and make it reflect exactly who you are.
As the rain sprinkles down and the temperature drops, the chilly winter weather reminds us to keep calm and cozy up in Chico rentals.
Now is the perfect time to fill your space with soft pillows, knit blankets, wool socks, coffee and candles.
Create the perfect ambiance to cushion the harsh winter temps! Follow along below for tips and tricks on how to keep cozy in Chico rentals:
With early mornings becoming crisp and the sunrise being closer to 7:00 a.m. it's safe to say that fall is really here. Therefore, it’s time to transition your home from summer to fall (arguably one of the best seasons).
Take the time to look around your apartment and see what items you can place in a box to save for next year when it’s time to transition your place back to summer. For now, placing them in the back of your closet will save you from feeling like your home is stuck in last season (a giant no-no).
If your apartment living experience offers you the luxury of an empty bedroom, the possibilities may seem endless. If you have an extra bedroom that isn’t being used, what do you do with that extra space?
You more than likely know that the season of fall is also a season of harvest (hence people calling it “fall harvest”). Crops all around the country are ready to be cut from the ground or pulled off a tree. While it’s normal for the season of fall harvest to be filled with chilly days, it can also bring a sense of warmth with all the color changes.
With farmers out harvesting their crops, folks are starting to decorate their homes. Fall is the start of the decorating season. From now until January 1st, we'll have many holidays, leaving our homes decorated for many different occasions.
So you live in an apartment and you have white walls. You might be among the group of people who see having white walls as boring, especially if your apartment manager doesn’t condone painting the walls. It may seem as though you don’t have any options to add color to your home but that is far from the case. Here are 13 ideas for you to brighten up your Chico or Redding apartment.
The Christmas season is here, and most of us are preparing to “deck the halls with boughs of holly” while merrily singing “fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la.” Even though the carol says “’Tis the season to be jolly” many of us don’t feel that way, especially when it comes to decorating for Christmas.
Rental living can leave you feeling like you have limitations to what you can and cannot do when it comes to decorating. Even though the place you’re living in is a rental, it’s still home and it should feel that way. There are many simple, yet unique ways that you can make your rental feel like home sweet home – starting with the walls.