5 Must-Have Essentials for Your New Apartment
You’ve found your perfect apartment, and it’s finally time to move in. Congratulations! Moving into a new apartment is exciting and stressful, requiring a lot of coordinating and organizing to help your process go smoothly. Whether it’s your first move to an apartment or your fifth, it’s easy to get caught up in the details of your move and forget to stock your new home with the essentials you need to live and thrive.
Making sure to stock up on a basic list of cleaning supplies will help you to move in and get to work right away, making your apartment look and feel just the way you like it. If you ensure that you bring necessary kitchenware and food with you to your move-in, you’ll be able to unpack and whip up a home-cooked meal in your brand new, gourmet kitchen. Bathroom toiletries are a must-have, no matter where you live, and keeping a functional and basic toolbox on hand at home will help you to do simple projects like hanging artwork with ease!
Here are 5 must-have essentials we recommend you stock up on before you move in to your brand new, beautiful apartment in York County, VA.
If you’re like us, and like to keep your home spic and span, you’ll want to move in and tidy up right away. Making sure to keep the necessary cleaning supplies on hand will make it easy for you to unpack and get right to work. We recommend:
-Broom & Dustpan
-Mop & Bucket
-Rags and cloth wipes
-Window & Glass Cleaner
-Toilet Bowl Cleaner & Brush
Moving can be exhausting, and unpacking boxes, moving furniture around and getting settled can work up quite the appetite. Make sure you move in with the goods you need to whip up something delicious to fuel you up as you work.
-Pots & Pans
-Plates & Bowls
-Mugs & Glassware
After a long day of moving, you’re going to want to soak in a hot tub or take a long shower before resting for the night. Make sure you keep the items you need on hand so you can clean up and relax at the end of the day.
-Shower Curtain & Liner
-Shampoo, Conditioner, Soap
-Towels, Bath Mat, Rugs
-Toothbrush, Toothpaste and Toothbrush holders
-Toilet Paper & Tissue
-Small Trash Can
You don’t have to be handy to keep a toolkit on hand at home, and any renter should try to keep a few basic tools accessible to them in times of need.
-Hammer and nails
-Picture hanging materials
-Screwdrivers with both heads
-Spackle & Putty Knife
Let’s face it, after a day or two of eating pizza and takeout, you’re going to begin longing for a home-cooked meal, and that means staying stocked in a few items to help you cook and eat at home. Pick up the basics to get you through the day, and feed you through all three meals.
-Bagged Salad & Dressing
-Rice & Pasta Noodles
-Lean Meat or Fish
Mira Roberts studied writing at New York University, graduating with a BA in English Literature before pursuing a career in media, marketing and management with PARADE Magazine, Portfolio Magazine, AltDaily, skirt! and lululemon athletica. A full time mother, writing instructor and part-time freelance writer, Mira lives and laughs with her family in Norfolk, VA.
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