Decorate Your Forest Hill Apartment
- Created on Friday, 01 March 2013 16:34
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 March 2013 17:19
- Written by Becky
A home is an important part of our lives since it not only serves as our living headquarters, but it also gives us a sense of belonging and security in that we have a place where we can generally hang out and be ourselves. This then means that we owe it to ourselves to make sure that the place we call home is comfortable enough to meets our daily needs and more especially for New Yorkers who often find themselves challenged with the task of making the best out of apartments that are a few square feet. We shall hence be focusing on how decorate your Forest Hills Apartment in an effort to make it as comfortable, appealing and welcoming as possible.
5 Steps On How To Decorate Your Forest Hill Apartment
Start by cleaning-It may sound a bit off track but truth be told it's better to start by cleaning the apartment before you move in rather than to move in and later discover that some parts were dirty. If by chance you happen to find that the apartment has already been cleaned, make sure to walk around and inspect areas where dirt may have been "concealed" and if you happen to find some dirty areas, then pull up your sleeves and get to work but if you don't find any dirty areas then you have the green light to move in.
Make sure you're comfortable with the color on the walls-If you're not comfortable with the colors on the walls then you can paint it the color you prefer but make sure to first ask the landlord before you go about changing the physical appearance of the apartment so as to make sure you're not breaking any rules.
Draw a sketch of how you want to separate the apartment-It's no secret that New York City apartments , even those in Forest Hills , are a few square feet in dimension and as such one should always try to maximize on what they have. The best way to ensure you don't misuse the space is to draw a sketch of how you want to split up the apartment before you move in your things e.g. where the dining room will be, where the living room will be and the like.
Make the most out of the vertical space-After you have drawn a sketch of the various sections of your apartment, the next step involves moving in your things and arranging them in a manner that actually makes the best out of the vertical space e.g. if you have a bicycle you can hang it up vertically instead of placing it horizontally on the floor in order to save on space.
Move in with things that you really need-Make sure that you move in with items that you really need and use on a daily basis as this will prevent you from pilling up the place with unnecessary things e.g. moving in with a pool table might not be a wise move to make as it occupies a lot of horizontal space that could have otherwise been used for something else.