How To Make Your Apartment Feel Like Home

There’s nothing more exhilarating than entering your soon-to-be new apartment, as you can easily imagine all the memories you will make there. However, staring at those bare walls and empty spaces can quickly become stressful as you want your place to look and feel like it’s yours. But how can you do that? Thankfully, it’s easier than you think, which is why you might want these tips on how to make your apartment feel like home.

Paint the Walls

One of the best ways to add color to your apartment is to paint the walls or install decorative wallpaper. It’s also such good timing as well, given that you likely haven’t yet unpacked or moved in, which makes painting much easier. Color can instantly change the look and feel of your apartment for the better. However, make sure to check with your landlord to get approval prior to painting.

Purchase Unique Pieces

If you want to add more character to your home, you must fill it with unique pieces you love. Hang that picture your friend painted for you or that vase your aunt gifted to you. When you add unique pieces that have sentimental value, you fill your home with memories of happiness everywhere you turn.

If you want to add more unique pieces, you can also head to your local thrift store. Many thrift stores usually have furniture, art, or glassware that you might find a personal attraction to that you’d love to have in your apartment.

Adjust the Lighting

It’s all too often that we disregard the importance of ambiance and mood-setting, which greatly relies on good lighting. If you’ve ever walked into a harshly lit room, you know how off it can make things look and feel. That’s why you might consider adding warm lights, as it does wonders in making your apartment feel like home.

As such, utilize floor lamps or string lights to create a comforting ambiance. You can also purchase light bulbs that you can operate with a remote or via an app to change the color, warmth, and brightness.

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