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A Week by Week Guide to Help You Move Out!

Peak moving season spans from now until September, so some of you may be a bit…frazzled. If you’re waist high in packing boxes and ready to tear your hair out, then we insist that you PUT THE PACKING TAPE DOWN, step back, and take a breather. Once you’ve come back to earth, sneak a peek at our week-by-week move in guide. The amount of planning that goes into a big move can be incredibly daunting but if you’ve got a friend (or a neighborhood furniture store) to help with the hard part, it’s much easier to lighten your load. Our detailed plan has helped many movers get through this stressful...

Everything In Its Place: Furniture for Organization

“A place for everything and everything in its place” is an age old saying about how to keep your home organized. The idea is to designate spaces in your abode to store everyday items when they’re not in use. This prevents clutter and, very importantly, ensures everybody living under the same roof knows where to find items when they need them. But following these words of wisdom can be difficult if you don’t have the right furniture for storing and organizing all those books, kitchen essentials, coats, bottles of wine and more. At Nadeau, we know how important it is for our customers to keep their homes tidy and offer...

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Tips for Decorating an Apartment

We’re loving the advice given out in this Refinery29 article about common decorating mistakes. Our favorites: “Make sure that new piece you’re buying will fit through your door,” and “you don’t have to do it all at once!” Good decor accumulates over time, as you find pieces you love. We also like to tell our customers to not be afraid to break the rules! Your home is your own, and you’re the one who has to live with it. If you want to use a bookcase in your bedroom to display your shoe collection, go right ahead. (Although we do recommend consulting with the people you share your space with...

Tip: Organizing Cookware

Do you find your pots and pans cupboard is always a mess? All the different sizes and the lids just won’t stay in place and fall out every time you open the door? Do you find you have draws full of knives and endless utensils that the drawer is a struggle to close? You are not alone! Fortunately for us there are many people out there who have come up with some amazing and genius ideas to help us arrange our unruly cookware: 1. Magnetic Knife Strip: Use a magnetic knife strip for all those knives that simply won’t fit in the drawers. 2. Pegboard Wall: Try a pegboard wall...