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The size of your apartment does not matter. You can decorate a studio apartment or a 4 bedroom apartment. Think about the space where you reside.
Begin by placing your large furniture on the longest wall. It will create a proper flow in your apartment. Since the wall is large, your large furniture will not swallow the room. If your apartment is small, you should not cram unnecessary accessories in your living space.
Color is another factor in creating a cozy or open atmosphere. Darker colors make a room seem smaller. Brighter colors tend to evoke a warm and open mood. Contact your TriBridge Residential apartment community office to learn about painting rules or restrictions.
Once you have the furniture in place and you’ve chosen a paint color, think about lighting. If you are unsure how to light your apartment properly, visit the blog post “How to find the perfect lighting for your living room or bedroom.”
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Have you visited a fitness center? If you have visited a fitness center, you are probably aware of fitness center etiquette. If you do not know about fitness center etiquette, I will give you a few tips. These tips keep everyone safe and friendly.
Wipe off a piece of equipment once you are finished with it. This tip maintains a clean and healthy fitness center. Maintain the weights that you lift. Do not slam them or drop them. If you need to drop or slam the weights, consider lifting less weight. You should also return the weights that you lift to their appropriate place. Safety is important.
When you workout in a fitness center, consider your neighbors. Share the equipment, and the atmosphere. Adhere to all fitness center rules and enjoy your workout. For information about your community’s fitness center, contact the leasing office. Contact information is available on your TriBridge Residential apartment community website.
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Welcome to The Edge and The Zone at East End. Formerly known as Longhorn Landing, we are currently completing a $2.15 million renovation to provide our residents with newly redesigned amenities including a newly-renovated clubhouse, resort-style pool with cabanas, new bocce ball, basketball and tennis courts, and an amphitheater-style outdoor stage where our residents can enjoy live performances.
We are one community with two different vibes. Are you in The Zone? The Zone at East End is sleek, modern and sophisticated with chic, upscale designs and natural organic elements. The Edge at East End is a vibrant, hip community energized by an infusion of eclectic artwork and controlled chaos. Choose how YOU want to live only at The Edge and The Zone.
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For those of you who would like to have a garden, I have some information for you. Are you ready to begin?
Let’s start by finding containers for your plants. These containers can come from old coffee mugs, buckets, or old soda bottles. You can also drive to your local discount store and purchase flower pots. Next, you should choose the plants that you would like to grow. You grow plants for aesthetics or for nourishment. Yes, there are a few edible plants that you can cultivate in your apartment home.
Spinach, tomatoes, peppers, and herbs are edible plants that can be grown in your apartment home. The spider plant, the snake plant, and the cattleya orchid are plants that are nice to view. Read the labels when you purchase these plants, and ask the garden section expert for help. Take a few pictures as you move through your planting process, and then share them with your TriBridge Residential neighbors. Let us see your green thumb.
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Some people believe that you must live in a house to live in an eco-friendly environment. I live in an apartment home, and I know that this is not the truth. You can make your apartment home a green living space.
GreenLiving Apartments has several tips to help you participate in green living. Some of these tips are:
- Unplug unnecessary electronics, once you’ve powered them off
- Use incandescent bulbs instead of fluorescent bulbs
- Turn your thermostat up two degrees in the summer and down two degrees in the winter
- Wash your laundry in cold water
- Recycle your old electronics-visit the EPA to find the closest electronics recyclers
- Opt out of junk mail by visiting the Direct Marketing Association
- Switch to recycled paper toilet tissue rolls
- Purchase locally produced items
These are just a few tips for green living. More tips and facts are located on GreenLiving Apartments. You might also visit your local Earth Day celebration for more eco-friendly information.
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