Moving into a new condo in Florida is an exciting experience and provides you with the perfect opportunity to get organized and put your own personal touch on your new home. To help you acclimate to the condo lifestyle, here are the top five condo living essentials that you’ll want to take note of:
- Select window coverings that provide privacy and compliment your style.
One of the first things that you’ll want to do upon inhabiting your condo is to select window coverings that provide privacy and serve as a stylish backdrop for your decor. You’ll want to begin by checking with your condo management company to see if there are any restrictions regarding the types of window coverings that you can choose. Typically, a condo management company is going to want you to choose some variation of white or off-white window coverings to create a uniform appearance from the street.
- Come up with a list of the best local delivery services.
While your new condo has a kitchen that tempts you to cook, it’s a good idea to have a lineup of takeout options for the evenings that you don’t feel like cooking. Use resources like Yelp, Zagat, and Tripadvisor to find the best local restaurants that deliver.
- Add some greenery to your living space by incorporating indoor plants.
As you’re moving in furniture to your new condo, are you finding that you have some bare corners? A great way to add some life to those spaces (literally) is to incorporate indoor plants. Some of the trendier indoor plants in interior design today include a fiddle leaf fig tree, string of pearls, and a zee zee plant. Indoor plants will add to the ambiance of your condo and improve your air quality.
- Change your locks.
For your safety, it’s in your best interest to change your locks upon moving into a new condo. If you’re handy, you can go to the hardware store and buy new locks for your condo. Your condo management company should also have some recommendations for reputable locksmiths if you would prefer to outsource this project.
- Pick up some storage organizers.
Moving into a new home gives you the perfect opportunity to finally get organized. To maximize kitchen cabinet space and keep your items in order, take advantage of drawer organizers and food storage containers. To get the most out of your closet space, use under-the-bed rolling storage to tuck away your out-of-season wardrobe. Pick up an over-the-door organizer to keep your toiletries in order and off of your bathroom counter.
Each of these essential items will make living in your new condo more enjoyable. Contact our condo management company for more tips on getting settled into your new home.