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Football Watch Party Decor and Food

5 Decor and Food Ideas for Football Watch Parties

Getting together to watch college football teams is an awesome way to have fun with friends and family. If you’re like many other Washington, DC luxury apartment residents, you’re planning to host at least one watch party during football season. Here are 5 DIY ideas that will score big with guests every time. 1. Decorate with Astroturf Astroturf is something you can find at virtually any hardware store. This stuff can be used in many ways for decorating your football watch party. Make a set of game day placemats by cutting it into squares, and then use chalk to draw ...
Reorganizing for Back To School 2019

Back to School: Reorganizing Before the First Day

Summer’s almost over and soon it’ll be time to get back to the books. Before things get too crazy, it might be a good idea to look around your place and see what can be done to reorganize. Whether it’s a storage solution, changing the furniture around, or making it easier to get things done, these tips will help streamline all your school days. Get Creative Who says you have to put up with boring shelves and tired filing cabinets? Get creative this year by using unusual items for storage. A kitchen cart can be used to organize and store ...
Farmers Markets in Washington DC

DC Farmers Markets: What You Need to Know

If you’ve started your search for available Washington DC luxury apartments, you’re probably checking into what your preferred neighborhoods have to offer. Among the many great things about moving to DC are its iconic farmers markets. Here’s where to buy some of the most delicious fruits, vegetables, and more this year. Civic Plaza’s Where It’s At Planning to live near Columbia Heights? Then you’re in for a treat, because the Columbia Heights Farmers Market is on every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and every Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m.  Some of the area’s best food can be ...
Ways to Cool Off This Summer

6 Places to Go on a Hot Day in DC

Summer is something you’ve waited for all year, but, during a heatwave, your body can be pushed to its limit. If you’ll soon be looking for apartments in DC, then you’ll definitely want to know where you can go to cool off this year. Here are 6 of the best ideas. 1. Get Wet DC has no fewer than 20 outdoor public pools, all of which you can visit any Saturday or Sunday from noon until 6 p.m. If you need to cool off during the week, it’s all good; just go to any one of the area’s 23 spray ...
Staying Cool in the Summer in DC

What to Do to Stay Cool in Washington, D.C. This Summer

It happens every year—it’s a nice and cool spring day, and then BAM! Out of nowhere, summer is here. It may seem like you’re limited to either sweating to death in the heat and humidity outside or freezing to death in the cranked AC inside, but you have more options than that! Here are three fun things to do to escape the summer’s heat, whether you live in a Washington DC luxury apartment or are just visiting the nation’s capital. Visit the Library If this sounds like an idea your mom would suggest after your repeated “I’m bored!” comments during ...
4th of July Fireworks in DC

How to Celebrate the Fourth in DC This Year

Living in Washington, DC means you get to take in some pretty amazing summer festivals and shows, but the biggest show of the year is definitely the Fourth of July. You’re in the right place if you’re looking to celebrate! Plan your entire Independence Day right here. Take in the Parade The National Independence Day Parade is a great way to get your party started, and you won’t have to get up too early because it starts at 11:45 a.m. and is an easy walk to Constitution Avenue. The beautiful floats, drum corps, and must-see celebrities will not disappoint. Visit ...
Concerts in Washington DC

Most Iconic Concerts Happening This Summer in DC

If you are planning on moving to DC or are lucky enough to already be living here, you’ll be happy to know that this summer will be packed with the best in entertainment. No matter if you love to rock out, groove to some jazz, or explore new indie artists, this is the place to be for everything music in 2019. Dance It Out to Rock and Pop At the end of May, the amazing Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band make a stop in Washington at Jiffy Lube Live. Queen continues to enjoy its popularity, and now that ...
Smithsonian Building in Washington DC, USA.

Here Are the Top Museums to Visit in Washington, DC

Washington, DC is more than just our nation’s capital—it is home to some of the most unique museum collections in the world. If you’re lucky enough to live in DC (maybe you snagged one of the most popular Washington, DC luxury apartments?), then you might already know just how special DC is—but what to see first? We’ve got the list of the top museums you don’t want to miss, plus a few tips to help make your museum visits perfect. National Botanic Gardens If the word “gardens” makes you wonder why this treasure is on this list, then you clearly ...
Things To Do Before Leaving on Vacation

Here Are the Five Things You Need to Do Before You Leave for Vacation

With spring already here, and summer fast approaching, you might have your sights set on far-away travel—Bali? Italy? Anywhere with a beach? Whether you’re going miles and miles from home, or just taking a quick trip down the coast, you’ve probably already put together your checklist: sunscreen, water bottle, towel, a good book. Yet what about your apartment—is it ready for your vacation, too? Here are the five things to remember to add to your vacation prep list before you leave your apartment in DC for the sunny horizon. Prep the Kitchen Even if you’ll only be gone a few ...
DIY Home Projects

6 Simple DIY Home Projects to Cozy up Your Space

Moving is expensive; between paying for the truck rental, security deposit, and first and last month’s rent, you might have to wait until next month before you can do any real decorating. Fortunately, with the DIY ideas you’ll find in this blog post, you won’t have to. Read on for great ways to make your new place a home for next to nothing. 1. Eye-Catching Display or Bookcase Those small wooden crates at your local craft supply store can make a great bookcase, and they are pretty inexpensive to buy.  Paint and stack them vertically and horizontally and drill or ...