Renter’s Advice and Resources

Renter’s Advice and Resources

Studio Apartment Decorating Tips

Megan Foukes

 · Nov 10, 2022

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Studio apartments are common in large cities like New York and Los Angeles.

Finding enough space to store all your stuff can be tough in a tiny apartment. Sometimes it feels like our belongings are secretly spawning in the night, hell-bent on not only making our apartment look cluttered, but also ensuring that it’s nearly impossible to find anything quickly. Luckily, there are some ways to get back […]

Megan Foukes

 · Oct 25, 2022

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Everyone loves an organized bathroom, especially when all your products and essentials are stored in their proper places and easily within reach.

Lisa Wright

 · Jul 20, 2021

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As the coronavirus pandemic drags on with no clear-cut end is in sight, some aspects of life will inevitably go on. Moving homes is one of them.

Cassie Damewood

 · Jul 14, 2020

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Bicycle ownership is only going up in the U.S., with an increasing number of urbanites choosing to commute to work via bike or simply pick up cycling as a fun hobby. Even if you’re not a Tour de France hopeful,

Juliette Moore

 · Jun 4, 2019

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Gone are the days of moving into a new apartment and wondering how you’re going to fill it up so voices don’t echo off the walls. Today, you pay more and more for less and less space — but that doesn’t necessarily mean our needs as renters have changed.

Cassie Damewood

 · May 23, 2019

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Almost every home comes with a set of design challenges. Sparse kitchen cabinets, tiny windows, creaky steps — unless you design it yourself, creativity is key to making it all work. While low ceilings are typically only a problem in basement or attic rooms, high ceilings are more prominent in converted warehouse/industrial spaces and houses […]

Cassie Damewood

 · Nov 1, 2018

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The kitchen is often the busiest room in the home. It’s not only the place where people prepare their food, but it’s also where they gather as a family, entertain friends, store everyday items like their keys, and even feed their pets. In short, it’s really the central hub of the home, which also means […]

Cole Nemeth

 · Sep 18, 2018

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Paris is the city of love. It’s the city of lights. It’s the city where you can live “la vie en rose.” And yet, it’s also a city that was built over 2,000 years ago — long before its founders had any idea how large it would become in the coming millennia. In an effort […]

Amanda Ray

 · Dec 19, 2017

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