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    No matter where you live, whether it is in an apartment or a home that you own, you want your walls to look good. When money is tight, it can be challenging to find pieces that work within your decor's theme and within your budget. Apartment artwork is especially challenging, as oftentimes you cannot nail things into the wall. The need for lightweight, but attractive budget artwork is even more apparent. The ideas below will help you get your walls looking great and keep your budget in check. Splatter Art This method of painting has been made famous by artists throughout the twentieth century. It is easy to do and takes very little money to create. Start with a large sheet of poster board in white or another color that would match your decor better. Use leftover paint from crafting projects or wall painting, and drizzle or splatter it on the poster board. Use colors that match your room's color scheme to get the best results. Do not worry about a design, simply let loose and splatter away. It is advisable to put down a large sheet of plastic and do the project outdoors instead of in your apartment if at all possible. To hang the dried painting up, frame it with a colorful ribbon that has been hot glued to the edges and use removable sticky tack to adhere it to the wall. When you are ready to redecorate or move, it will be easy to remove and take with you.…

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    More and more seniors are choosing to swap their suburban homes for apartment living. The experts at Murphy Properties, a company that offers apartment rentals in Connecticut and Rhode Island, say that today's seniors are healthier and more mobile than their predecessors and are choosing to remain in the workforce past traditional retirement age. Many are eager to explore a new lifestyle, and they're trading the responsibilities of home ownership for the freedom of apartment living. Apartment…

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    Apartments and houses are very different from one another. I lived in an apartment complex for about six years, and there are plenty of advantages and disadvantages from my experience about that style of living. Living in an apartment is sometimes unsafe. When I was 11 years old, and my brother was 16. My brother tripped onto the street while riding his bike. There was a woman driving over the speed limit and ran my brother over leaving him with a fractured arm. My brother was rushed to the…

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    business that one must be well versed. With the normal schedules of working a business, the proprietor should likewise be aware of laws that may relate to the firm or could influence the business. The episode that happened at University Heights Apartments raised inquiries on where the liability of blame lies, with the proprietor or the intruder, in this case, it is also important to understand tenant rights in the State of Texas when it comes to security which is to have working locks on doors…

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    Date Canton Mills Loft Apartment Introduction Canton Mills Loft Apartment is one of the interesting places located in Atlanta. The apartment transformed from Canton Cotton Mill factory that was known to be the largest cotton Mill located in the South (Moore 684). The loft apartment is an important establishment in Atlanta. Incidentally, the apartment not only acts as rentals but as an income generating source for the people in Atlanta as well as the region 's economy. The Canton Mill Loft…

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    6 Benefits of Apartments for Rent Flatiron District NY Many people get in a confusing situation. They have a dilemma between rent or buy an apartment. If it were about finding Apartments for rent Flatiron District NY, it would be a big dilemma. Sometimes when we know if the apartments in Flatiron District always crowded with the tenant, we have an idea to buy it. However, before making any decision, think about it first. Renting Apartment vs. Buying Apartment When you rent the apartment, you…

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    Paper#1 Rittenhouse Square Resident constituency There are 120 people living in the building and 20% of them are couples. The average age is 55 to 60. 45 of them drive a car at least once a week. Most of residents don’t need walking assisting stuff. Three residents use a wheelchair regularly. Sixteen residents use a walking stick and two need a walker. Fifty residents bring their personal computers. Now 60% of residents come from original and don’t move out of Rittenhouse since they moved in.…

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    No one likes to throw away money. But that is exactly what you do when you live in a rented apartment. You pay a monthly rent and you never see that money again. Yes, you do get a roof over your head, and hopefully all the utilities you need, such as electricity, heat, and water, but still, you are paying for things you will never own. Instead that money is going into someone else’s pocket. In other words, you are throwing away money. It is disappearing out of sight and you have nothing to…

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    The B-52s: A Short Story

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    The oppressive atmosphere was a far cry from Tom’s modern apartment building, and the young officer wondered why Booker chose to live in such depressing conditions. When he’d visited two weeks before, his high levels of anxiety had blinded him to the rundown surroundings his friend lived in. But on reflection, it seemed out of character. Booker certainly wasn’t a snob, but he was somewhat vain, and his apartment didn’t really fit the image. Except, the more Tom thought about it, it did. The…

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    It was made into Sengra’s apartment living room. It had couches, chairs, a window sill, tables, and a bar leading into a kitchen. It was definitely a perfect look for the performance, and everything was set perfectly. The costumes for these characters were pretty basic and simple, but it worked well with their personalities. Ever wore khaki pants with a golf polo and Sengra wore athletic shorts with a regular t-shirt. Sengra was also wearing an ACL brace during the whole show. The set design and…

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