5 Awesome Tips To Make Studio Apartments Feel More Spacious

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Renting a studio apartment used to be something you did when you couldn’t afford anything else. Now, however, we are consciously choosing smaller spaces and micro apartments because they represent the kind of lifestyle we want.

Studio apartments are easier to maintain and often allow renters to live in great locations in the heart of a city.

Just because your apartment is small doesn’t mean that it can’t be beautiful. Decorating a studio apartment is all about using space effectively and creatively. Read on for five ideas to get you started.

1. Embrace Unusual Decorations

Storage space is often at a premium in studio apartments. You don’t have room for large storage chests or lots of bookshelves, and there are few places to hide your clutter.

So embrace it. Arrange your books in a rainbow pattern based on their spine color. If you have t-shirts that you don’t wear but are holding onto for sentimental reasons, frame them and hang them on the walls. Display your jewelry in colorful dishes or unique boxes.

When you think of your stuff as more than just stuff, you can find ways to decorate and save space at the same time.

2. Let the Light In

Natural light makes small spaces feel bigger than they actually are, so consider sheer curtains instead of heavy blind for your windows. They will allow you light and privacy.

If you want to put up partitions to separate sections of your room, look for ones that still encourage light. Open shelving is a great option. You can clearly mark where one space ends and another starts, while still encouraging light to wash the whole room.

3. Keep Your Color Palate Simple

An explosion of different colors may seem appealing, but it actually has a way of making a room feel smaller. In a studio apartment, that’s the last thing you want.

If you are able to paint your apartment, consider more neutral colors like off-white and light gray, and accent that with pops of color from your furniture or decorations. That will make your space look as large as possible and make it feel roomier.

If you’re renting and can’t paint yourself, try to keep your furniture or decorative accents as neutral as possible for a similar effect.

4. Look for Furniture that Does Double Duty

Closet space will likely be limited in your studio apartment, and you probably won’t have room for a large chest of drawers either.

Furniture that does double duty as storage space is a great option for maximizing space in the rest of your apartment. For example, look for a bed frame with built-in drawers, or one that is high enough off the ground that you can slide storage bins underneath.

It may sound counterintuitive, but a few piece of large furniture will actually make your space look bigger than lots of small furniture scattered everywhere.

5. Assess Your Belongings

One of the best ways to keep a studio apartment from feeling cluttered is to simply have less stuff to put in it.

That may sound easier said than done, but if you do a careful evaluation of your belongings, you might be surprised by how much stuff you have that you never actually use.

Pick a schedule for taking inventory of your belongings, like every six months or at the beginning of a new season. Make a pile of clothes you haven’t worn, makeup you haven’t used, and shoes you haven’t touched. Consider what can be donated and what should be thrown away.

It can be hard to part with things we’ve bought, but you’ll be glad once you have — and your apartment will look even better.

Ready to Look for Studio Apartments?

There are lots of reasons to go with a studio apartment. Maybe you want less space to clean, are looking to downsize or want to live affordably in a great location.

Whatever your reason, we can help you find what you’re looking for. To start your search, please contact us today.

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First Time Apartment Essentials Every Renter Should Have

Sweet, sweet independence at last. Getting out of your parent’s basement? Saying “adios” to that old ball and chain — your mortgage?

Apartment life is calling and that’s an exciting thing. But getting prepared to make the move can be a daunting task. Do I have what I need to live on my own?

You will! But take the time to get organized. It will save you time and valuable dollars.

Following some expert advice will help you gather those first apartment essentials effortlessly.

Let the Budget Be Your Guide

Your monthly rent is most likely the largest expense you will have. It should not exceed 30% of your monthly earnings.

Set yourself up for success by creating a detailed plan of costs. New apartment renters should familiarize themselves with the new expenses they’ll be facing. A household budgeting worksheet will help you do this.

First Things…First Apartment Essentials

We all have dreams of living in a new apartment straight out of Architectural Digest. But our budgets don’t always support the dream. When making a shopping list focus on these items first:

Bathroom

  • Toilet paper
  • Toilet brush
  • Shower curtain (make sure you don’t have a glass shower door;)
  • Towels

Start with what’s most important and add more luxurious items as your budget allows.

Kitchen

  • Dishes
  • Silverware
  • Glasses (a nice tumbler is even great for wine)
  • mugs
  • A basic set of cookware
  • A good, sharp knife
  • Plastic containers for leftovers (you might be eating in for a while)
  • Dish Towels

There are lots of beautiful shiny gadgets that catch our eye. A good rule would be: only buy something if you see yourself using it weekly. That means no pasta machine for now.

Bedroom

  • Bedside table (or literally anything to put a glass of water on)
  • A mattress (don’t fret if you can’t quite afford a bed frame, think minimal chic)
  • Sheets and bedding

Keeping things simple here will help to create a peaceful space and protect your budget.

The general cost of furniture makes it a bit scary to buy. Follow these furniture buying tips for advice on how to avoid the wrong purchase.

The Look of Luxury

Now that we’ve covered the first apartment essentials we can start on the fun stuff. Extra touches here and there will help to make your new apartment feel like a luxury home.

  • Try picking a fresh coat of paint that makes the place your own.
  • Indulge in linens with higher thread counts.
  • A great rug goes a long way.
  • Don’t forget to show the walls some love. A show-stopping piece of art can make an apartment feel glamorous.

Make Yourself a Home

Purchasing first apartment essentials can be a pricey process. But with a bit of effort, it can be a very enjoyable process too.

Contact Poplar Ridge Apartments when you are ready to join the club. We’re here to support you in your next big move!

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How to Find the Perfect Fort Wayne Apartment

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Oftentimes, finding the perfect apartment can seem like a seriously daunting task. You may find yourself asking things like, “Does the right apartment for me even exist? Will I find one that suits me, without having to make too many sacrifices?”

However, there’s no need to worry. Just follow our tips below and you’ll find your perfect Fort Wayne apartment in no time!

Location is Everything

Everyone has heard the phrase “Location, location, location.”

One of the most important considerations when searching for a new apartment to rent is its location – as this is something that will affect your quality of life on a day-to-day basis.

Ask yourself, is the apartment located within a commutable distance to your place of employment? According to Harvard political scientist Robert Putnam, for every 10 minutes spent commuting, 10 perfect fewer social connections are made.

The perfect apartment you found which also happens to be a 2-hour commute from your place of work? It probably isn’t going to be worth it if it means sacrificing time you could be spending with your loved ones or pets, no matter how many boxes it ticks.

Look for something that is within a commutable distance, not too far removed from necessities like grocery stores, shopping, activities, and entertainment.

Is there parking available on-site, or is it street only? Is it accessible by public transportation, if you don’t have a car or drive? These are important things to keep in mind too.

What Amenities Are Essential?

Other important things to bear in mind are each apartment’s unique set of features and amenities. Make a list of those that are absolute musts, and be sure that each apartment you find has at least those, if not more!

As an example, some sought-after amenities are:

  • Dishwashers
  • On-site laundry
  • Ample storage space
  • Pet-friendly
  • Parking

If you decide on an apartment that is missing some of the features and amenities that are important to you, you run the risk of being unhappy in the long term. The perfect apartment for you should meet your needs – at the very least.

Budget, Budget, Budget!

So, you’ve decided where you’d like your perfect Fort Wayne apartment to be located. Maybe there’s a specific school district you’d like to stay within. Or, maybe you’ve decided it’s important to live somewhere that is close to downtown Fort Wayne.

The next thing to ask yourself is this: What will work well for your budget?

Ensure that you have the adequate amount of funds within your budget to cover not only rent but additional costs such as utilities, cable, any building fees, and even transportation. Sure, finding the perfect Fort Wayne apartment is great, but if you can’t afford it, what good does that do?

Go See Your New Fort Wayne Apartment!

Physically going to view/walk-through an apartment is the single most important step in the apartment hunting process. Prior to signing any legally binding paperwork, you need to see the apartment for yourself.

Does it live up to the photos and description online? Is everything functioning properly? The only way to know for sure whether you will be satisfied or not is to see it for yourself.

Check the Terms

Finally, fully comb through, read, and understand the terms and conditions of the lease before you sign it. Doing so ensures you’ll know exactly where you stand – before you commit to anything. You’ll have a clear picture of what is expected of you as a tenant, and what you can expect of your landlord.

Still Looking?

If you’re still searching for your perfect Fort Wayne apartment, we would love to help you find it. Contact us to arrange a tour, and come see what we have available!

Your perfect apartment is waiting.

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Hidden Gems: 5 Secret Things to Do in Fort Wayne

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If you’re just passing through or you just moved into a new home or apartment community in this splendid city, welcome.

It is true that it isn’t hard to find fun things to do in Fort Wayne. Ask any local or grab a pamphlet at the Visitor’s Center and you’ll be introduced to a number of historic and engaging sites to visit. But, if you don’t want just the regular touristy experience, you’ll want to dive deep to discover the hidden gems.

You’ll find just that with these 5 secret things to do in Fort Wayne.

Ready to explore something new? Let’s get going!

1. Foodie Experiences

Sample the surprisingly diverse and undoubtedly delicious assortment of Asian cuisine that Fort Wayne has to offer. You can try something different for every meal with these authentic dining experiences.

Try Seoul Garden for some delicious Korean food with some Chinese options as well. The Bulgogi (BBQ seasoned beef) is a go-to that won’t disappoint.

Mahnin Asia is another small and modest family-owned restaurant that offers authentic Burmese and Thai cuisine.

If you want to kick up the flavor a notch, then visit Baan Thai. This restaurant offers Thai spice that will supercharge your taste buds!

And veggie lovers are in for a treat at the all-vegan restaurant Loving Cafe. Think meatless meals are just salads? Sink your teeth into the BBQ Buns sandwich, Sesame Sweet & Sour, or heavenly chocolate or carrot cake!

If you’re a sushi lover, you’ll not want to miss the chance to visit Sakura. Enjoy your food in a traditional Japanese atmosphere with the restaurant’s elegant wood-paneled design.

2. Play Sports

Here, ice sports are a staple that you can’t miss. Skating, ice hockey, and curling can all be found at SportONE Parkview Icehouse. Public skating is available at 1 p.m. every day of the week.

For something a little different, try the Sky Zone Trampoline Park. Take sports to the next level with trampoline-powered sky-slam and ultimate dodgeball. Or, just enjoy some free jumping or diving head-first into a massive pool of foam.

3. Arts and Entertainment

Among the things to do in Fort Wayne, the Embassy Theatre is definitely a gem. Its grand concert hall offers a wide range of music, theatre, and comedy shows to entertain year-round. However, it’s not exactly hidden.

For an equally awesome but more intimate experience, look for the ivy-covered Arena Dinner Theatre or head over to the Fort Wayne Comedy Club to have a laugh with the exceptional comedic talent.

4. Escape Rooms

If you want to add some excitement to your Fort Wayne experience, then test your wit in one of the city’s puzzle-filled escape rooms. Fort Wayne currently has six different escape room locations to choose from.

They are:

  • Fort Wayne Escape Room
  • Escape Fort Wayne
  • Room To Escape
  • The Chamber Escape Room
  • All-Star Escape Room
  • and Hysterium Escapes

Try to conquer each one if you think you’re up to the challenge!

5. The Chocolate Factory

For a sweet treat, visit one of the DeBrand Fine Chocolatier’s four locations. You can visit the Auburn Road location to get a tour of the facility and see the chocolatiers in action. You even get to sample their range of delectable chocolates!

Enjoy All the Things To do in Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne is full of hot spots of history, culture, nature, and more. From the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo to the Museum of Art, there is something for all ages and interests in this magnificent Indiana city.

Whether you’re staying in a hotel or have your own place, there are plenty of activities to enjoy. Try all of these hidden gems and you might encounter even more unique locations to add to your own list along the way.

Leave a comment below to let us know what activities interest you and if there are any great spots we missed!

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Fall Festivals Around Fort Wayne

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Labor Day has come and gone marking the unofficial last day of Summer. While we may shed a tear for warm temps, beach days, and flip flops, we’re looking forward to sweater weather, campfires, and all of the great fall festivals around Fort Wayne!

Grabill Days

Celebrate Grabill Days September 7-9 with food, crafts, music, and more! Grabill is just a short drive north of Fort Wayne.

West Central Artsfest

Enjoy two days of music and art from local bands and artists at the West Central Artsfest September 9 & 10.

Johnny Appleseed Festival

Everyone’s favorite period authentic Fall festival is back on September 16th & 17th. The Johnny Appleseed Festival celebrates the life and times of John Chapman through food, crafts, roaming entertainment, military reenactments, antiques, and more!

Bluffton Street Fair

Just a short drive south of Fort Wayne you’ll find a small town with a BIG fair! September 19-23, enjoy blocks and blocks of carnival rides, games, fair food, and entertainment for the whole family at the Bluffton Street Fair!

Saloman Farm Fall Harvest Fest

The Saloman Farm Fall Harvest Fest, September 22 & 23, is a two-day celebration of the history and culture of the American Farm. Enjoy live animals, hands-on activities, wagon rides, live animals, food, and more.

DeKalb County Free Fall Fair

Head to Auburn for a week of fun, carnival rides, fair food, and more at the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair September 25-30.

 

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7 Tips for Living in an Apartment Community

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The number of people renting apartments is on the rise and is an attractive option for those that lack the credit or money to buy a house or for those who don’t want to be tied down to a mortgage and repair costs.

If you are a new apartment resident or are considering moving into one, here are seven tips to make apartment community living easier for you!

1.) Get To Know The Residents Around You

One of the many benefits of living in an apartment is the added security. Burglars look for easy targets where they can get in and out. Having an apartment means you have a lot of people around you, which discourages many criminals.

Saying “hi” to your neighbors and introducing yourself will help protect your property. Once you are on good terms with them, they will know who shouldn’t be hanging around your apartment when you aren’t home.

Look for resident gatherings that will help you get to know your neighbors! These events are a great way to make friends and get involved in the community.

2.) Have Apartment Friendly Pets

If you have a large dog, there are some things that you should consider. Dogs like to run around and play, which can create a lot of noise for your neighbors.

Look for an apartment community that has a park-like atmosphere for your dog to release some energy. Playing outside will keep the barking down, which the other tenants will appreciate. Don’t forget to pick up your dog’s droppings as well.

Your dog should also be okay around other people. This will reduce stress for your pet and your neighbors.

Ask yourself if your pet is apartment friendly. Answering this question before you move in will make you and your neighbor’s lives easier.

3.) Make Sure You Read Your Lease

You can save yourself a lot of time and stress by reading the lease before you sign it. Make sure you ask questions to clear up any confusion.

Some apartments allow satellite dishes while others don’t. There are also rules involving late fees, noise after a certain time, and payment methods that you should know.

4.) Don’t Be the Noisy Neighbor

No one wants to have their sleep interrupted by loud music or television. Even if you work a 9-5 job, those around you might be working third shifts and trying to sleep when you get off. Keep your music and television at a respectable level. Don’t have loud phone conversations outside of other people’s apartments. Tell people picking you up to refrain from blowing their car horn to announce their arrival. Your neighbors will thank you.

5.) Parking in an Apartment Community

If you are in a community with limited parking, find out if there are places for your friends to park when they come over. The people that pay rent to live in a community often take precedence over visitors. If parking is assigned, never park in someone else’s spot, even if it’s just for a minute. Tell your friends to respect other people’s spots as well.

6.) Smoking Etiquette

If you smoke, be aware of your neighbors. Many apartments don’t allow smoking inside. If this is the case in your community, make sure that you aren’t smoking in front of anyone else’s apartment.

Also, don’t put ash on the ground. Ashes are unsightly and can be sucked into your neighbor’s apartments by the wind when they open their door. If children live in the community, make sure you don’t smoke around them.

7.) Be Clean

Messy homes attract rodents and insects. Maintaining your space will help keep pests away. If you spill something in a hallway or common area, clean it up immediately.

Believe it or not, there is a problem in many apartments of people spitting in outside hallways. You wouldn’t want to walk through someone else’s spit, so you shouldn’t expect others to do the same.

To Summarize, be Considerate!

To be a good neighbor, treat others the way you want them to treat you. This mindset along with personal responsibility goes a long way towards building a positive apartment community that everyone can enjoy.

Here at Poplar Ridge apartments, we want everyone to enjoy apartment living. If you ever have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us!

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5 Benefits of Having Your Own Space

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Having your own space is amazing. You can do whatever you want. Like walking around naked or inviting friends over whenever you want.

When you’re looking for your own place, you have the option to buy or to rent. While there are many benefits to owning your own home, renting has become increasingly more popular and is an attractive option for those who don’t want to be tied down to a mortgage.

In fact, there are so many benefits to renting your own space that we had to share them with you. So pull up a chair and take a seat.

1. It’s Always “Me Time” in Your Own Space

Life is usually really busy for more adults. There are so many responsibilities, chores, and long to-do lists. It can quickly become overwhelming.

Which is why having a space to call your own is so important. Everyone needs time to be alone and reflect. It’s good for your body, mind, and spirit.

Use your space to get centered, relax, and rejuvenate. You’ll find you’re happier, healthier, and more productive. Here are some fun “me time” ideas:

It’s even okay to do absolutely nothing in your own space. The best part? No one will know, so no one can judge.

2. You Can Choose Your Own Decor

One amazing thing about having space to call your own is that you can choose how it looks! Think of all the colors, patterns, and materials you can choose to create a space you love. You’ll also get to choose everything from the furniture to the paint colors.

However, if you’re not the Martha Stewart type, there are still things you can do to create a space you love living in. It just takes a little bit of imagination and some help.

3. You Can Make Your Own Choices

One of the most empowering things you can do for yourself is to learn how to make healthy choices. The more easily you make decisions, the happier you’ll be. You’ll also find that things become easier.

Which is why having your own space is so wonderful! You have to make choices because it’s your own space. So it’s a wonderful space in which you get to learn how to make better choices in your life.

Figure out your priorities and then set healthy boundaries to help you realize your goals more quickly. And don’t be afraid to make mistakes, that’s how we all learn.

4. You’ll Be A Happier, Healthier Person

Having your own space is a true gift of independence. While it’s wonderful to have a strong support system, knowing you can rely on yourself when things get tough is empowering.

Life sometimes throws curve balls at you. Having space you can call your own shows you that you can handle anything that comes along. Knowing you can handle yourself and make good decisions leads to better health and happiness overall.

5. You Learn Great Lifeskills

Nothing teaches you skills more quickly than the school of hard knocks. When you’re living in your own space, you have to learn how to do a great many skills. Those skills can help you in every aspect of your life, too.

Here are some skills living on your own can teach you:

  • How to clean properly
  • How to cook
  • How to pay bills
  • How to handle finances

Excited to find some space you can call your own? We have some great apartments in Fort Wayne available to suit all your needs. Find your new space today

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4 Ways to Make Your Place Look Like a Luxury Apartment

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With the percentage of people renting in the U.S continuously increasing, apartment living is gaining in popularity. Increased housing costs, desire for freedom, and living on a budget are all contributors to the rising number of renters in America.

However, having a luxury apartment is often not in the cards for renters on a budget, but creating a luxurious feel can be simple and affordable. We’re going to take you through 4 ways that you can turn your “regular” apartment into a luxury apartment, even if you’re on a budget.

1. Accessories and Decor

Buying a couple of key accessories and decor items can transform an apartment. The main point here is that you only need a couple of things to create the feel of a luxury apartment. This means you don’t need to spend a lot in order to get the style you’re looking for.

A single large piece of artwork will make your place look expensive and sophisticated. You can also accessorize with mirrors, gold colored items (as people associate gold with wealth), a coffee table, and more.

The key is to keep the decor minimal by choosing just a few items that maximize your desired ambiance.

2. Paint Can Change a Room

If you are able to paint in your apartment, you should definitely take that opportunity. As with accessories, changing or adding just one thing can completely transform the feel of your apartment.

Bold colors like black and red can instantly create a luxury apartment feel without changing anything else. This will save you money as you’ll only need to change one thing, and you can often DIY without hiring a painter.

Combining this new paint with a couple of matching color accessories will definitely increase your apartment’s elegance.

3. The Importance of Rugs

While nice rugs can be somewhat expensive, they will often be well worth it. A great rug that matches the color scheme and design of your apartment will tie together the room, giving off a seamless and luxurious feel.

Rugs are also something you can take from apartment to apartment; it will be a one time purchase that will make every apartment you live in look expensive and chic.

4. A Luxury Apartment Is Well-Organized With a Great Layout

A theme that keeps cropping up in these tips is that you don’t need that much stuff in order to make your apartment look expensive.

This idea translates into how you organize your apartment: too many accessories can look cluttered and cheap, and a disorganized space gives off an inexpensive vibe.

Besides cleaning and tidying, maximizing your space is key. Try to organize your furniture so there is as much open space as possible. Use shelving, bowls, and containers to organize your decor and personal items.

Bottom Line

You don’t have to spend a lot of money to create a luxurious apartment. Hopefully, these tips help you create an apartment space you are proud of. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave a comment down below!

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Egg Casserole Recipe

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Thanks everyone for coming to our first ever Brunch & Bingo this past Sunday! We had such a great time, despite the heat, hanging out with our residents and enjoying some great food and games! (See pictures on our facebook page!)

We had a lot of you tell us how much you enjoyed the egg casserole and asked for the recipe. So, Sherry was kind enough to share her coveted recipe with us! We only ask that if you make it, please share some with us in the office! 😉

Ingredients

6 eggs
2 cups of milk
1 tsp of salt
1 C. of shredded cheddar cheese
6 slices of bread – torn into pieces
1 lb of cooked sausage

Directions

Whisk together the eggs and the milk then add the salt, shredded cheddar cheese, torn bread pieces, and cooked sausage. Pour into glass 13×9 pan- cover and refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 to 50 min or until golden brown on top.

The recipe can be altered to your taste:
other ingredient suggestions: ham, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, broccoli, spinach.

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Studio Apartment Living: How to Add Privacy in a Studio

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Congratulations on moving into your new studio apartment! Maybe you decided to downsize. Or, you’re moving out for the very first time. Either way, this is a big milestone and studio apartment living is a great, affordable option.

Studio apartments also give you more financial independence as you free up your pocket strings with this living choice. But, as you open the door to your studio apartment, you notice the lack of privacy. How are you supposed to have a living room, bedroom, and kitchen… all in the same room?

The good news is, we have some solutions for you! Read on to learn how you can make your studio apartment more private.

1. It’s All About Your Furniture Arrangement

Have a large bookcase? What about an armoire? Large pieces of furniture such as these can serve more than one function. For one, they can do what they were made to do. A bookshelf can hold books. An armoire can house your clothes.

However, they can also act as makeshift walls. For example, according to SF Gate, a table that holds your TV can be positioned in front of your bed. This way, the TV and table hide your bedroom. So, when friends come over to watch a movie, your bedroom is partially out of sight.

The same thing works with an armoire or bookcase.

Accessorize Your Furniture Divider

Of course, bookcases don’t have to only hold books. Why not go for a more personal touch, and line it with potted plants instead? In fact, potted plants have two benefits. One, you get more privacy. And two, according to Psychology Today, there’s a host of positive benefits associated with plants, including less stress, greater concentration, and better well-being.

2. Consider Room Dividers

Room dividers can be anything from curtains to folding screens. You can easily position a folding screen a couple feet from your kitchen table. This goes well if you have smaller furniture items in front of it. That way, it gives a smoother transition between rooms.

3. Add Some Style to Studio Apartment Living

Room dividers don’t have to be boring. Make them stylish by putting up a beaded curtain. Or, tie-dying the fabric divider. You can even secure some slabs of wood between rooms. This would be a great addition to an industrial styled studio room.

4. It Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive

Go to garage sales, and search through eBay for inexpensive room dividers. You can also refurbish furniture your neighbors are replacing.

The Room Dividers Can Be Anything

Throw a fresh coat of paint on some old window shutters. And hang them between rooms in your studio apartment for a vintage look. Also, a couple old doors secured together can make an affordable and stylish divider option.

Final Thoughts

No matter what room divider you decide to use, you’re maximizing your studio apartment living. For more apartment living tips, subscribe to our blog!

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