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Posts Tagged ‘Apartment Living’

6 Cleaning Essentials for Apartment Renters

Posted on October 9th, 2017 in Apartment Living
When you’re renting an apartment, you not only want to keep it in ship shape so you can enjoy a clean living space, but also to ensure that you get your deposit back when you move out. This means having essential cleaning supplies and equipment on hand. Of course, you probably have limited storage space to work [...][...]

Common Traps to Avoid When Moving in Together

Posted on September 11th, 2017 in Apartment Living
If you’ve been dating the same person for a while and the relationship is getting serious, you might decide it’s time to try living together to see if things can really work out long-term. This can be an exciting step forward that leads to rapid advances in your relationship. Of course, it all depends on [...][...]

5 Great Day Trips to Take From Detroit

Posted on September 4th, 2017 in Apartment Living, Detroit
Detroit offers up plenty of activities and sightseeing opportunities in and of itself. However, this city is not an island, and residents and visitors alike will discover that a short jaunt beyond the boundaries of Detroit can deliver incredible finds. Here are a few amazing day trips that won’t take you far [...][...]

Moving to Detroit? Here’s What You Need to Know

Posted on August 28th, 2017 in Apartment Living, Detroit
It’s the Motor City. Motown. America’s Comeback City. Detroit has been called many things by many people, but one thing is certain – it’s a city where innovation thrives, and though it has suffered the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, it always seems to bounce back bigger and stronger [...][...]

5 Benefits of Living in Apartments Vs Dorms for College Students

Posted on July 31st, 2017 in Apartment Living
Many young adults can’t wait to get to college, not only because it’s the first step toward a dream career, but also for the independence it brings. Certainly, taking full responsibility for oneself and one’s decisions can be a bit scary, but it’s also fun and exciting. One thing that many [...][...]

6 Highly Anticipated Renovation Projects in Detroit

Posted on July 28th, 2017 in Apartment Living
Detroit is city jam-packed with gorgeous architecture, but unfortunately, a lot of beautiful, historic buildings have fallen into disrepair over the years. In L.A. those buildings would probably be knocked down to make way for something new, but Detroit prizes vintage architecture – just check out the [...][...]

Styling Your Home as a Renter – Infographic

Posted on July 24th, 2017 in Apartment Living
Link to Styling Your Home as a Renter – Infographic
Whether you own your apartment or are renting it, you still want it to have personality. You want to be styling your home such that when people walk in they can sense you coming through — that it’s not just another bland and tasteless rental space. While renting means that there can be some constraints on [...][...]

Rhythmic Interior Design: Creating Visual Engagement

Posted on July 18th, 2017 in Apartment Living
One of the best ways to create an interior that draws a visitor in is the use of rhythm. Not the sonic version, but the visual kind of rhythm — one that involves a repetition of a specific element. But it’s not all just about doing the same thing over and over; that quickly gets either boring or trite. [...][...]

Applying Use-Based Design in Putting Your Apartment Together

Posted on July 12th, 2017 in Apartment Living
When you talk to an interior designer, you’re almost definitely talking to someone who is highly competent in user-based design. That is to say, they’re great at making a space that is informed by who you are, what you love, and what your goals are. But that’s not the same thing as use­-based [...][...]

Advanced Adulting: Finding Zen in Everyday Apartment Life

Posted on July 6th, 2017 in Apartment Living
Adulting — as a concept, it’s fairly new, but it resonates with meaning across a huge swath of American society. We have tenants in their early 40s with kids in middle school who admit on a regular basis that adulting is a practice they’re not nearly as at-ease with as they’d like to be. We [...][...]