Canadians are now fully entrenched in the long, dark winter days. The holiday season is over and the countdown to spring has officially begun. Winter can feel depressing, so why not spruce up your apartment with some brightening decor to create a spring-like sanctuary from the snow drifts outside?
The cooler temperatures and flakes of snow can only mean one thing – the holidays have officially arrived. Whether you like to go all-out or simply put up a few festive items, decorating your rental apartment can be easy and fun. Don’t let a smaller space deter you from getting into the holiday spirit! … Holiday Decorating and Safety Tips for Apartment Residents
A Beginner’s Guide to Eco-Friendly – Gardening in Your Rental Apartment:
Whether you’re an aspiring green thumb or a clueless urbanite, apartment gardening is a growing trend in many cities across Canada, as more and more people want to have access to fresh, organic produce. Having a garden on your balcony presents the opportunity reduce your carbon footprint and know exactly where your food is coming from. If you think that you can’t grow your own vegetables and herbs because you live in a rental apartment, think again! Here are some solutions that can fit your space and your budget. … Gardening in Your Rental Apartment
Have you ever overlooked a potential apartment rental due to lack of storage? With apartment units and condo suites getting smaller and smaller to accommodate a growing need for accommodation, storage opportunities are becoming more and more scarce. Temporary storage solutions can be easily achieved with a little DIY elbow grease. The DIY closet we’ve come up with, for example, will allow you freedom from clutter while providing storage form everything to clothing, unsightly Rubbermaid tubs, vacuum cleaners, and kitty litters. … RentSeeker’s Three-Step Temporary DIY Storage Solution for Rental Properties
Kicking the Cramp: Make the most of even the smallest apartment unit
Decorating a small apartment can seem like a challenge, especially if you’re limited by stringent rental rules. The goal is to keep your living area organized, while still adding flair to your home. After all, there’s no rule against making a rental unit your own! Here are some ideas to help maximize your space and make it stylish, comfortable and inviting. … DYI Design and Organize Apartment Rentals: Tips from RentSeeker.ca
We’ve all been there: the bachelor apartment, the junior one bedroom apartment, the couch crash… Living in a small space is a rite of passage for most city dwellers whether it’s student housing or a more permanent setting. In fact, as the demand for housing continues to grow at an alarming rate, apartment and condo developers are cramming as many units as they can into one building, making small spaces the new norm.
… Found in Space: Decorating a Rental Apartment because it Feels Good
Now is the time to flip through your binder full of home design tear sheets and start bookmarking your favorite designs to design your rental apartment.
Does interior design not come to you naturally? There are wonderful tools out there which can assist you in designing your rental apartment. Toronto, for example, has a wonderful annual interior design show where you can collect lots of great ideas. … Get Inspired