Chapman Noah. Interiors. June 15th , 2017.
The small space you have in your apartment may be one of the greatest challenges you will ever face when attempting to design the place. Sometimes, the room is too small that moving from the living to the kitchen would not even take three steps. To get the most out of a small space apartment, work around it using small but multifunctional furniture such as sofas that can transform into beds or tables convertible to storage spaces.
Many property investors also prefer investing in furnished apartments as they are often leased for shorter periods. As a landlord, this gives you ample flexibility. This a definite advantage if you are keen on using your apartment for vacations or other purposes. Furnished apartments also tend to attract better tenants. This is highly likely if you own a property in a city centre and acquire professionals as tenants. These tenants are less likely to damage your property.
When you move into an apartment you can expect to have to live with some limitations such as white walls and no painting allowed, no nail holes in the walls and after a while, it can seem overwhelmingly oppressive without some sort of personalization for your home. However, with a bit of creative finagling, you can create apartment decor that fits your style perfectly.
Stuck with furniture you hate? No problem! All you have to do is find some great looking slipcovers. Many people hold off on investing in quality furniture until they buy a home, which is completely understandable. However, even if you are using a hand me down couch, that doesnt mean you are stuck with your great aunts 80s floral print. Slipcovers come in a wide array of colors and fabrics. Plus, they give you a chance to give mismatched furniture a unified look.
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