Camryn Rabideau is a freelance writer who lives in Rhode Island. She writes about a variety of lifestyle topics, including everything from interior design to pet care, and her work has appeared in publications such as Forbes, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and more. In her spare time, she runs a small homestead with an ever-growing number of animals, a sprawling vegetable garden, and a roadside farmstand.
How to Maximize Your Apartment Space
If you're furnishing your own space, opt for timeless styles on big purchases. You can always dress up a classic sofa with trendy blankets and throw pillows.
Apartments often have limited storage, so look for furniture that doubles as storage space to help reduce clutter. For instance, some sofas or ottomans have hidden compartments.
Don't be afraid to ask if you can paint the walls in your apartment—it can go a long way toward making the space feel like home.
Rugs and curtains go a long way toward making a living space feel more welcoming and cozy.
"I've been working remotely for more than six years now, and because I spend so much time at home, I know firsthand how important it is to have a comfortable and productive living space. I love sharing all the tips and tricks I've learned for making an apartment or other living space look stylish while still feeling welcoming."