Furnished apartments make move-in a breeze and save you a ton of money, but they can also feel generic and bland. To personalize your furnished apartment, use these simple decorating tips.
Put Down A Rug
An area rug can add color, pattern, or texture (or all three!) to a room without much fuss. Just make sure to measure the room so you know how much space you’ve got to work with.
Deck The Walls
Think of your walls as a blank canvas just waiting to be filled. And you’re not limited to paintings and photos. Consider hanging a tapestry or a mirror, or decorating will wall stickers.
Blinds are standard in most apartments. They’re functional, but lack pizazz; curtains are a more interesting alternative. You also might consider substituting plain curtain rods with more stylish ones.
Throw On Some Pillows
Adding throw pillows to a chair, a couch, or a bed is one of the easiest ways to create visual interest in a room. Use an odd number of pillows for a modern look, and an even number for a traditional look.
Looking for a furnished apartment? Check out the following list.
17 U.S. Apartment Communities That Offer Furnished Units:
100 Midtown in Atlanta, GA
Cayce Cove in Cayce, SC
College Park in Columbus, OH
Gateway Lakes in Grove City, OH
Hilltop Club in Bowling Green, KY
Level 27 in Oxford, OH
South Duff in Ames, IA
The Commons at Tallahassee in Tallahassee, FL
The Commons on Kinnear in Columbus, OH
The Connection in Huntsville, TX
The Landing in Greenville, NC
The Lodge on the Trail in West Lafayette, IN
The Lofts in Morgantown, WV
The Pavilion on 62nd in Gainesville, FL
The Reserve at Athens in Athens, GA
The Reserve on West 31st in Lawrence, KS
The Village at Bluegrass in Mt. Pleasant, MI