Chapman Noah. Interiors. December 20th , 2017.
Choose some art for your walls -- the bigger, the better. Wall art can add some drama to your apartment decorating scheme. If your apartment complex has a rule against nail holes, hang your art with a removable adhesive which is easy to pull off later. That way, you can take it all down when you move without leaving any marks.
You can achieve a simple but elegant look for your apartment simply by placing the right kind of furniture at the right corner of a room. Leave spaces for easy movement between furniture when arranging the place. Since the living is small, small-scale sofas and chairs are enough as long as you position them in a way that is relaxing for conversations. A small table or drawer would be perfect at the side of the sofa near the entrance.
Add your own area rugs, even if they apartment is already carpeted. Using area rugs pulls a room together and changes the atmosphere in a room dramatically. There are rugs available for all tastes and at all price points. If your style tends toward traditional, look for oriental style rugs. Those with a modern or contemporary flair can seek out bold geometrics or abstract swirls of color.
Many people really prefer furnished apartments as they provide a few distinct advantages including better ROI and better tenants. But before you decide if a furnished apartment is the best investment decision to make, you have to be attuned to your target market, the demand for this type of rental apartment, as well as the location of your property as these are very important things to consider.
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