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Decorating for Renters Made Easy

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Decoration ideas for rentersThe start of a new season means it’s probably time to hit refresh on your style. And while it’s a good idea to start trading in your mittens for flip flops, your apartment could also use a makeover to add some extra spring to your step. Here a few nonpermanent decorating ideas to make your apartment bloom this spring.

Flowers – Flowers are one of the easiest ways to add instant style to your apartment. Not only do they make your space more bright and beautiful, but they can also create some amazing scents. Pick up some fresh flowers from your local farmers market, or check out our tips for starting and caring for an indoor garden of your own.

Paint – Instead of painting the walls, why not paint some of your furniture? This is the perfect way to add a pop color without the commitment. We recommend going bold with this idea, or trying out one of the 2016 Pantone Colors of the Year on your bookcase, chairs or nightstand. Read More→

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Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Luxury Connecticut ApartmentSpring is in the air, which means so is pollen and other allergens that have collected in your apartment during the winter months in Connecticut. Spring is a time of renewal and rejuvenation, so make your apartment bloom by following these helpful spring cleaning tips to make your apartment sparkle and shine.


-First, throw away or donate unwanted items so you can get a better idea of what you’re working with. Discard expired food items and donate tableware and small appliances that you might not use anymore.
-Give your refrigerator a good wipe down and wash out bins and shelving in the sink using warm water and detergent.
-Wipe down shelves, cupboards and drawers next. This is also the perfect chance for you to do some much-needed reorganizing while you’re at it.
-Clean the stovetop, oven and microwave. When you’re done, use the microwave to disinfect that dirty sponge.
-You might take out the trash, but don’t forget to actually wash the trash can, where harmful bacteria and odor can stick around. Read More→

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