Posts Tagged: small spaces

5 Décor Tips To Make A Small Space Feel Larger
5 Décor Tips To Make A Small Space Feel Larger

5 Décor Tips To Make A Small Space Feel Larger

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Finding an affordable, spacious apartment can be tough. If you’re in a big city and on a student or young professional budget, chances are your place is lacking space. There may not be anything you can do to create more space, but there are a few tricks you can use to make your apartment feel…
Small Spaces 101: Five Essentials for a Tiny Kitchen
Small Spaces 101: Five Essentials for a Tiny Kitchen

Small Spaces 101: Five Essentials for a Tiny Kitchen

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
When looking for our first apartment, sometimes we have to make sacrifices in amenities so that we can check off the things we truly need. On my latest hunt for an apartment with my boyfriend, one sacrifice we had to make was settling for a small kitchen. As people who love to cook, this was…
8 Fool-Proof Tips That Visually Enlarge Your Small Space
8 Fool-Proof Tips That Visually Enlarge Your Small Space

8 Fool-Proof Tips That Visually Enlarge Your Small Space

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Do you feel like the walls are closing in on you? Well don’t worry, you’re not the only one in this situation. One of the most common problems first apartment dwellers face is lack of space. Sure, getting a bigger place is one option, but sometimes (or most of the time), the money in your…
Furnishing a Small Studio Apartment
Furnishing a Small Studio Apartment

Furnishing a Small Studio Apartment

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
So, you’ve finally ditched your roommates and moved into your own tiny studio apartment. Congratulations!  Next up, getting the most out of each square foot at a cost you can afford.   Here’s what you can do in the $1,000  budget range. 1.)Think DOUBLE-DUTY.  Everything in a small apartment needs to be multi-purpose. Bed.  If you do…
Kelly M’s tip for making small spaces livable
Kelly M’s tip for making small spaces livable

Kelly M’s tip for making small spaces livable

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Living in a closet at some point is basically a rite of passage in New York City—whether you’re speaking hyperbolically or whether you are, like one of my friends is at this point, literally sleeping in someone’s closet. But if realizing that you’re in good company doesn’t lessen the claustrophobia, here are a few ideas…
The Crazy Spaces That People Rent Out
The Crazy Spaces That People Rent Out

The Crazy Spaces That People Rent Out

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Talk About Renting a Hole in the Wall Did anyone see this in the NY Times last weekend? It’s about people who advertised for rent, at $35 a month, a suspended mattress in their loft. The amazing thing is they got 12 replies. The article also talks about other crazy places people are willing to…