Apartment Living Guide

Unpacking

Keep Your Sanity While Moving

Packing and unpacking all of your worldly possessions is usually the most stressful and bothersome part of moving. You may have thought that there was a method to your madness while packing, but the process of unpacking can make you feel like a total stranger threw all your belongings in boxes at random. Orderly packing […]

By  Sarah Wright
| Filed Under: Moving,Tips & Tricks
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How I saved $6000 on rent in San Francisco

Having a roommate in San Francisco is hardly news worthy; even multiple people living in one room isn’t that out of the ordinary for what’s considered the most expensive city in America.   But my troubles weren’t about money, and I wasn’t searching for the elusive cheap-near-MUNI-good-neighborhood-rent-controlled-unicorn apartment – in fact I had my own studio and […]

By  John Brown
| Filed Under: Apartment DIY,Apartment Interiors,Tips & Tricks
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MIT and Form Changing Furniture

The implications of shape shifting furniture is so immense I can hardly contain my excitement. MIT has taken dual purpose furniture to the next level with their Transform concept, i’m really excited to see this idea come to fruition. Besides tables that can form into a bowl, if this tech. was built into couches, chairs, and […]

By  John Brown
| Filed Under: Apartment Interiors,News,Technology
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Apartments in D.C.: City Market at O

Washington, D.C. has beautiful historic buildings, including apartment buildings that date back centuries, but those looking for a more modern apartment should train their sights to the newly constructed City Market at O. The building’s modern comfort is reflected in every aspect of its conception and execution, right down to the name. Designed to cater […]

By  Sarah Wright
| Filed Under: Apartment Spotlight,News,Washington D.C.