CHICAGO, IL, September 11, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Quantum Apartments
celebrates a current article
in The Huffington Post that points out the most efficient ways to organize a first-time renter's apartment. As a company that strives to integrate convenient services for first-time renters, Quantum Apartments emphasizes the need to make the apartment search as easy as possible, connecting people with their surroundings. While the staff aims to make the search and move as simple as possible, they stress that organizing an apartment is just as important, as creating a special oasis at home can dramatically impact overall health and wellbeing.
One of the representatives at Quantum Apartments points out the fun of decorating and organizing a new space. "It's always rewarding and fun to see the excitement in our new renter's when we have successfully placed them in their new apartments," said the staff person. "I have had roomies literally start to dance and cheer because of the extreme difference and the affordability of moving out of the dorms. After the initial shock and excitement - now you have to figure out what to do with all this space! I always suggest IKEA and The Container Store and then of course - your own art work from school. Stuff from school that you have worked on adds a personal touch and warmth to your new place."
The article also acknowledges that moving from a dorm room to an apartment is a large project. The first place the report recommends starting is the living room: "Your living room will be your main guest entertaining area, so organization is important in keeping things tidy." The article suggests using hooks to hang keys by the front door and to keep mail divided in a desk organizer by the door: "Living in an apartment means starting to keep track of bills, and this keeps our bills and important documents in one place."
In the kitchen, the article stresses that tenants should keep their kitchens organized and user-friendly, perhaps using smaller kitchen shelves to store bowls and plates. For example, a desk organizer is an excellent way to efficiently store Tupperware lids. For those uninterested in buying any containers, the report states to "use what you have," whether it's an empty metal can to keep track of cooking utensils or other DIY projects.
The team at Quantum Apartments adds that multi-functional furniture is a must. "Use furniture and storage items that can be implemented in several ways, such as a storage trunk for a coffee table," said a staff person. The report notes that when decorating a bedroom, tenants should consider using plastic containers under their bed to maximize space. The staff at Quantum Apartments encourages tenants to create apartment spaces that reflect personality and foster creativity.
Quantum Apartments connects Chicago renters with apartments, providing an abundance of knowledge on the geographic area and a dedication to improving the community. The company is located in Logan Square, a neighborhood the staff is particularly dedicated to revitalizing. The experts help renters through the apartment search process, from beginning the search to signing a lease.