5 easy ways to decorate your apartment
Moving into your new home at Tropicana Properties is super exciting! If you are a new apartment renter, consider some of the things on this list below. Here are 5 things to buy for your first apartment:
We all know that feeling when you walk into an apartment that looks put together. Your apartment at Tropicana Properties can look awesome too. You don’t have to spend a lot to get that million-dollar look. Below are 5 tips to help you decorate your apartment.
1. Spice up that boring wall
By utilizing removable wallpaper, you can make any wall in your apartment pop with color and patterns. Old fashioned wallpaper can be scary to use because it was hard to apply. New, removable wallpaper can be inexpensive and easy to reapply if you mess up. Plus, you can create a unique look in your space.
2. Change the color of old furniture
Give your old furniture a new life by applying new paint to it. You can add a pop of color to an old dresser or create an accent chair, easily and inexpensively. All you need is some sandpaper and spray paint. You don’t have to buy new furniture to get that desired look.
3. Plants, plants, plants
Adding plants around your space does a few different things. Plants are natural air filters. They are also beautiful and easy to maintain if you remember to water them. If you cannot commit to keeping them alive, then you can also take the artificial plant route as well.
There’s a plethora of lighting options available these days. You can find inexpensive, color-changing led lightbulbs that are anergy efficient. These bulbs will quickly add a flair of color and change the mood to any room in your apartment.
5. Photos and Frames
In the digital age that we live in, most of us keep our photos on our devices. Spend a weekend going through your digital albums. Head over to your local pharmacy and print a few of your favorite photos. Frame these photos around your apartment. This is a great way to decorate and to add a personal touch to your home.
You don’t have to spend a ton of money to make your apartment feel like home. All it takes is a little, thought and effort. If you have some recommendations of your own, tweet us at @TropProperties on Twitter.