List of Things to Purchase When Moving Into an Apartment

Are you moving to a new apartment? Well, congratulations on your new property. Even if it is on lease or you are renting the apartment, it is going to be your next sweet abode for the next few years. So, equipping it with all the necessary things while you are moving into the apartment is very important. If you are buying a land in Kerala, of your own, then read out this Kerala land registration guide to know about the procedures to be followed.
This might sound too difficult if you have never lived on your own in an apartment. However, the fact is that arranging and organizing an apartment with all the necessary things is not a very critical job. Here are a detailed discussion and a checklist for all the things that you need to buy when you are moving to a new apartment. This article discusses the things to buy for a new apartment and the checklists are prepared based on every section in the apartment.

 

Entrance Area:

The first thing that you say when you enter an apartment is the entrance area. This is the place that welcomes you and all your guests. So, it has to have all the necessary things that will give the apartment a homely appeal. Therefore, the things that the entrance to your apartment must have been –

> A welcome mat right outside your door

> Hooks on the wall for jackets and keys to hang

> A shoe rack.

Depending on the space, you need to place a small stool or a sofa to help yourself and your guests to wear the shoes comfortably sitting there. Also, make sure that there is enough light in that area. If you find the entrance is not lit up well enough, you can place a lampshade or a stand light there for some extra light.

 

Living Room or Drawing Room or Hall:

One of the most important places in an apartment is the living room or the drawing room. Some countries refer to this space as the hall. This is the place where you will get to hang out with your friends and family while you are awake. So, it must have all the necessary things that will make your life comfortable. The moving into a new apartment checklist for your new living room includes –

> A sofa or a couch

> A center table or a coffee table

> A television set

> Either a table for keeping the television or a wall stand

> Pillows or cushions for the couch and sofa

> Stand lamps or lampshades

> Wall clock

> Bookshelf or bookcase

> A shelf or furniture to keep or place your showpieces

> A throw blanket

> DVD player or music system

> Entertainment center or game zone, if you are interested in or if you have kids in the family

> A reclining chair.

If your apartment is not big enough or if the living room is comparatively smaller, you can skip some of these, depending on your choice and budget. What seems absolutely necessary for some may not be as important to others. Check out some of the best summer decorating ideas for your living room.

 

Bedroom:

The bedroom is the most personal place inside an apartment. This is the place where you are going to get your peaceful night’s sleep. So, the things to buy for a new apartment, especially a bedroom are –

> Bed

> A mattress, pillows, blankets, and covers for all these

> A wardrobe for your clothes

> A dresser or dressing table

> A mirror

> A wall clock or an alarm clock.

These are the very basic requirements for a bedroom inside a new apartment. But of course, you can always pick and choose the things that you need and leave the things that you don’t.

Kitchen:

The kitchen is the place that would require a maximum number of things to be bought or arranged. The very necessary ones are –

> A cooktop or a gas burner or a hotplate

> Different kinds of dishes like plates, glasses, bowls, mugs, serving platters

> Cutlery sets that would include spoons, forks, and knives

> Silverware for the guests

> An organizer to keep your dishes

> Pots and pans

> Mixing bowls

> Cups and saucers and coffee mugs

> Glass sets for different kinds of drinks

> Spatulas, whisks and ladles and serving spoons

> Tongs and rolling pins

> Measuring cups

> Chopping or cutting boards

> Bottle openers and cork openers

> Chopping knives, kitchen knives, and scissors

> Dishwashing liquids and sponges and scrub pads

> Hand towels and kitchen towels

> Baskets for fruits and vegetables

> Food containers of different sizes for storing spices

> Different sizes of zip-lock bags, plastic or cling wrap, aluminum foil, and wax or parchment paper

> Microwave oven

> Oven

> Refrigerator

> Mixer, grinder and juicer

> Toaster

> Sandwich griller

> Electric beater and whisks or hand blender

> Dishwasher

> Coffeemaker

> Teapot and tea kettle

> Serving trays

> Oven mittens

> Trashcan

 

Some countries require more spices and more storage space for the spice containers and some can do with minimum food ingredients. Thus these types of apartment kitchen storage ideas or tips will help them. So, it depends entirely on your food habit and cooking trend as to what you need to buy and what you can do without.

Bathroom:

Often the place that is most ignored inside an apartment is the bathroom. However, this is the place that would require maximum cleanliness and hygiene maintenance. So, the things that must be bought for your bathroom are –

> Shower curtains

> Bathmat

> Hand soaps, bath soaps, bath salts (if you have a bathtub), lotions, shampoos and other toiletries

> Toilet paper

> Toilet brush

> Towels

> Tissues

> Mirror

> Air freshener

> Toothbrush and toothpaste

> Shaving kit if you are a man

> Trashcan.

Some people, who love to pamper themselves and want to make the bathroom also a place for relaxation, arrange for candles and aroma oils. If you are a woman and want to keep your grooming kit inside the bathroom, you can do that as well. You can keep your hair dryer, hair styling kits and other grooming kits inside the bathroom. Make sure they are kept away from water to avoid accidents. Also, many people keep the first aid kit inside the bathroom.

 

Blog Source: Hi-Life Builders | List of Things to Buy When Moving Into an Apartment

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