Imagine yourself newly married and moving into your very own apartment. Your first reaction would be a combination of utter shock and frustration upon seeing a nearly bare interior with just a beat up couch and an old dining table which is crying out for repairs. The floor is dusty and the toilet is not functioning. One thing that is certain is that there is a lot of work to be done. In addition there is a lot of furniture to be added to make the small apartment feels like habitable abode. This is the usual dilemma for newly-weds and young couples. Moving into a small apartment and making it function like a home for them and their upcoming children. Refurbishing a small space is quite a challenge as there are a few pre-fabricated furniture that are designed for it.
4. Coordinate Colors Your apartment furnishings will look more cohesive if they all follow the same basic color scheme. Decide on your color palette and stick to it with everything you buy. This gives you more versatility for moving pieces between rooms at a later date. For example, you might choose to purchase dark wood furniture and focus on blues for the fabrics and accent pieces. 5. Be Flexible Even though its good to have a plan, you should also have an open mind when you are actually out shopping for apartment furniture. If you are at a consignment store and see something that calls to you, go ahead and buy it, but just make sure to adjust your plan in light of your purchase.
I did not put much importance in furniture before, especially door furniture. I did not even know there was a term for that. I thought they were called door hardware. Anyways, I liked space and I like to be in spacious places. Especially inside houses, I get the cooped up in a room that I cannot move around freely. Maybe I am just semi-claustrophobic, if there is such a thing. I did not find the importance of any type of furniture, up until I got a place of my own. I moved out of my parents house and got an unfurnished studio apartment on the other side of town. It was sweet. I had all the space I needed. I just needed all the bare essentials to live. For example, an inflatable bed so I could sleep on the floor, I got a big enough cabinet for all my stuff, and just a small table and chair for everything I needed to do.
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