3 Tips to Spruce Up Your Space in the New Year

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With the ringing in of the new year, it’s a time to look forward to new beginnings. The new year is a time to start fresh with new inspirations and new goals. Many people look at the start of the new year as a time to reassess the past year and determine how they can make the upcoming year better than ever. Here are three tips to decorate your Marquette Management apartment for the upcoming spring season.

START YOUR GARDEN EARLY

Although it might be cold right now, the lush greenery of spring is right around the corner. New growth will be sprouting up in no time. However, you don’t have to wait to start your garden. You can create a mini greenhouse right within your apartment and begin your garden early. In fact, January and February are ideal months to start your herbs, vegetables, and flowers growing.

Some ideal seeds to start indoors are peppers, broccoli, lettuce, onion, tomatoes, and cilantro. As you nurture your seeds and watch them grow, it can bring fresh life to your apartment and encourage you about the upcoming new season.

REARRANGE YOUR LIVING SPACE

Discover the excitement of a whole new layout when you rearrange your living space. You don’t have to spend a bunch of money to feel like things are all new again. Sometimes a new layout design makes your furniture feel new again. Or it can give the entire apartment a new vibe.

CREATE A COZY BOOK NOOK

If you’re tired of too much screen time, then a cozy book nook is just the thing for you. Besides, a small book nook in your apartment is inviting on rainy or cold days. It provides a place to unwind and discover the world in your imagination. A corner is ideal for fashioning your book nook, then all you need is a comfy chair, throw blanket to snuggle in, and a small bookshelf or basket of books. You can change out the books every so often to keep things interesting.

In the spirit of the new year, why not look into your fitness routine?

If you’re looking for apartments to rent, get in touch with Marquette Management for more information.

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