Let’s face it: clutter can make an apartment a lot less pleasant to come home to. But even the most clutter-prone among us can take steps to get his or her things organized — and keep them that way! Here are some tips to turn over a new leaf and maintain a more organized apartment this year.
If you have a collection you are proud of, you will want to find ways to keep it safe and really show it off. Follow these tips to think big about how to properly store and display your personal collection.
If you are an apartment dweller who likes to entertain, you always want to do your best to create an inviting atmosphere in your apartment space. A welcoming ambiance will make your guests feel at ease and allow them to really enjoy the time they spend in your apartment.
If your apartment is short on storage space, you might have to get a little creative to fit everything in there. When you’re not sure how to organize all the stuff in your apartment, hidden storage might be an option to keep your belongings efficiently stowed out of sight.
Your apartment layout is a blank canvas for you to decorate and adorn. But when your apartment follows an open floor plan or a studio layout, for instance, arranging furniture to your liking can be a challenge.
In the age of digital photography, it’s so easy to take pictures that their volume can easily grow out of control. So what’s the best way to organize your digital photos to keep up with them and really enjoy them? We show the steps, ahead!
Do you ever come back from a stay in a high end hotel and wish your own apartment living resembled the experience you had there — at least a little bit? Check out these six simple ideas to make your apartment comfortable in a five star way — without paying luxury prices nightly!
When it comes to decluttering, many people have trouble letting go. No matter how destructive, overwhelming or chaotic their clutter may be, they always have a good excuse for holding onto their possessions. In this guide to “clutter psychology,” we’ll debunk the four most common excuses for holding on to clutter.
You’ve signed the lease on your apartment and can’t wait to see all of your furniture and belongings in their new home. But you don’t have to wait until you’re lugging that furniture up the stairs to figure out where everything goes. Save effort by doing some advance work.
Dealing with death requires moving through many layers of emotion, and everyone makes this journey in a different way. Sometimes going through the possessions of a deceased loved one can feel like experiencing the loss all over again.
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