Are you moving out of your parents’ house for the first time? Or making the switch from a dorm room to an apartment? Getting your own apartment is an exciting part of young adulthood, but if you’ve always lived with mom and dad, you probably don’t have everything you need to make it on your own. Use this moving checklist for your first apartment to make sure you have the bare essentials, from a can opener to a shower curtain liner.
The main living and entertaining area of your home demands the most attention. After all, this is probably where you’ll spend most of your time. Here are the essentials you’ll need to make your new living room feel like home:
If you plan to cook, you’ll need plenty of kitchenware, especially if you want to have your friends over. Be sure your cupboards, drawers, and pantry are stocked with these basics:
Fill the bedroom in your new apartment with these necessities to make it a private, comfortable sanctuary:
You probably have all your toiletries from living at home, but a functional bathroom requires much more. Here are the fundamentals to stock up on when moving to your first apartment:
Maybe you’ve been doing your own laundry for years, or perhaps moving out means learning how to wash your clothes for the first time. Either way, make sure the laundry room in your new apartment has these supplies:
If you’re lucky enough to have a spare room to use as an office, here’s the equipment you should fill it with:
In addition to making sure your apartment is well-stocked, you also need to get the utilities hooked up before moving in. This is one item on your moving checklist you can’t overlook, or you won’t have electricity, gas, running water, internet, or cable. Plan to have all your utilities turned on the day before you move in so everything is up and running with no wait time.
If you feel overwhelmed at the prospect of packing boxes, wrapping furniture, loading a moving truck, transporting your belongings, and unloading everything into your new apartment—why not get some extra assistance? The professional apartment movers at Georgetown Moving and Storage Company will help to make the process go smoothly, while also lowering your stress level and the physical exertion required to move.
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