Posts Tagged‘interior design’

Budget friendly tips for outfitting your first rented flat

So, you’re thinking about renting your first flat. You haven’t been to university so you haven’t had the chance to experience an intermediary stage like living in halls of residence and now you have to deal with everything at once. One of the best things you can do is to decorate your new home so that it feels like yours right away. Your rental agreement is likely to prevent you doing anything that might change the look of the place permanently, but there are still ways you can alter it to create a look that reflects your personality. Furnished or…

The Advantages of Hiring a Full-Service Contractor

If you are thinking about a major renovation project on your home, hiring a full-service construction company run by an industry professional like Jon Bunge is something that should be seriously considered.  There are a number of advantages that working with a full-service company can offer which can help you to avoid the most common pitfalls that can make a home renovation “go bad.” Here are just a few things that a full-company can offer. Comprehensive Planning One the things that can doom a renovation project is a failure to adequately plan out the project from beginning to end.  The lack of…

5 Ideas for Decorating Your First Post-Dorm Montreal Apartment

Now that you’ve graduated from university and moving into your own apartment in Montreal, your next challenge is to learn how to decorate it properly. Your dorm-style décor isn’t going to cut it. Even the best apartments for rent within the island of Montreal will lose their appeal if you don’t decorate properly. At the same time, you’re going to have to work with certain limitations. You are going to need approval form your landlord if you want to make any permanent changes. And of course, you also have to think about your budget. With these limitations in mind, here…