You want to decorate your apartment but you don’t want the same as everyone else. Sound familiar? Your not alone. Luckily there are some tips you can utilize to help make your space uniquely yours.
When decorating the walls, be bold. You can use a bold print wall paper or paint a feature wall with stenciling some unique quotes or sayings that put your personal stamp on things.
Organize by using cube style shelves and you can make them more unique by the types of boxes you put in them. They can be in bold colors or a mix of different styles.
Let your furniture work double duty by using a table as both for eating and a desk. It will help you save space and create a unique look to your home.
There are many unique designs you can implement into your Lowell apartments. Follow some of these tips and put your stamp on your space so that people can see your style when they come in. For more decorating suggestions, feel free to contact us at Cabot Crossings Apartments.
One huge advantage we all gain from living in our Lowell apartments is that we can set up a zero-waste kitchen. Here are five tips to get you started.
You can regrow some vegetables to reduce waste. For scallions, simply cut off the white ends, put them in a glass of water, place the glass near direct sunlight, and cut off the green ends for your cooking needs.
You can reuse your coffee grinds as well. Put them in plant pots to improve plant growth, use them for keeping ants away, or to get rid of smells.
Use your orange peels to cancel out musty smells, or grind them up to keep mosquitos and ants away.
Use your microwave to freshen up stale chips. Put them on a microwave-safe plate then into the microwave for 10 seconds on full power and you’ll have fresh chips once again.
Your microwave can also be used to revive old sponges. Put a wet sponge in the microwave for a few seconds and it will look like new and be 99% germ free.
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You have access to a variety of Lowell apartment amenities when you live in our community, and one amenity is the easy access to the shopping and dining district. While you are out exploring the district, stop by the Java Room for a cup of coffee and a snack.
The Java Room is located at the Ginger Ale Plaza, Route 110, at 14 Littleton Road, Chelmsford, MA 01824, which is just 3.2 miles away from our Cabot Crossing community. You can contact this cafe through the official website or by calling 978-256-0001.
Whether you order a hot coffee or a fruit blend, all beverages are made to perfection. All beverages are made with the finest ingredients to ensure quality taste.
Do not forget to order a delicious snack to go with your beverages. Breakfast pastries, wraps, salads, soup and sweet treats are only a taste of what you will find on the Java Room menu.
Who says healthy breakfasts have to be boring? Not us! With these tasty breakfast ideas on hand, you’re sure to start your day with a delicious bang. And did we mention how good for you they are? Get ready to wow the morning crowd at your Cabot Crossing apartment.
Strawberries and Cream Quinoa: This high-protein whole grain packs a nutritional punch. Although it doesn’t taste like much on its own, it’s dynamite when you doctor it up. Top it with strawberries and cream for a tasty – and healthy – oatmeal alternative.
Hearty Breakfast Tacos: Start your day off with some Southwestern flair. Eggs, potatoes, black beans, and salsa, all stuffed in crunchy corn tortilla shells make for a breakfast you (and your friends and family) won’t want to miss.
Healthy Heart Breakfast Parfait: Give your heart a little TLC with this delicious breakfast parfait. Full of fresh fruit with a little granola for crunch, it’s especially decadent with low-fat cream cheese; if you’re not a cream cheese kind of person, though, yogurt works wonderfully, too.
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Even when you live in a beautiful luxury apartment in Lowell, it is nice to get out of the house for a nice dinner once in a while. Choose one of these great Lowell restaurants for a delicious steak dinner.
The Village Inn, located on Broadway Road, has an extensive steakhouse menu that includes Delmonico steak, prime rib and Filet Mignon. The restaurant also offers premium seafood in a comfortable atmosphere.
Princeton Station is another Lowell area steakhouse offering a relaxed dining atmosphere and delicious meals. The full menu includes hand-cut steaks and chops as well as a wide selection of coordinating wines.
Enjoy an Italian-style steakhouse meal at Ricardo’s Cafe Trattoria. The menu includes both grilled tenderloins and traditional Italian pasta dishes, making it a great choice if you are inviting non-steak-lovers to dinner.
Of course it is hard to go wrong with Outback Steakhouse. This chain consistently outperforms most other chain steakhouses when it comes to tender steak and delicious sides.
For a sports bar-style atmosphere and tender steak, visit JJ Boomers. Steak and comfort food are served amidst a backdrop of a fully-stocked bar, billiards and live entertainment.
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While we’re confident our residents enjoy a host of fabulous amenities offered throughout our community, when the weather is perfect for a picnic, we encourage the opportunity to get out and explore one of many Lowell Ma parks. The Friends of Rogers Fort Hill Park, in fact, is a fabulous park to enjoy a picnic lunch and perhaps a good book or a breathtaking hike.
The Fort Hill Park in Lowell overlooks the Concord River and spans across 34 acres of land, 24 of which provide visitors with beautiful wooded views of nature and a perfect place for a long hike. The park is designed for nature enthusiasts who appreciate and yearn for a small break for the hustle and bustle of city life. For families, it’s a great place to take the kids to learn a little bit about nature and run freely along the small hills.
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There’s a common misconception flying around that apartments can’t be customized. Fortunately, with these five tips and more, you can make your home both comfortable and unique to you.
Use modular furniture. It not only looks trendy and modern, but in such cases as sectional couches, you can shape it to fit whatever space you need furnished.
Fix up your wall-to-wall carpeted areas with bright accents and area rugs. This can change the look of your entire room!
Many apartments have neutral tones all across the board, but if yours came with an accent color (like bright green cabinets), work with it. If you can find towels and decorations to match, it gives your apartment a sophisticated feel.
You don’t need to remodel to customize your kitchen. A little decoration goes a long way!
And don’t forget the most underrated and simple tip of all: Break the blank-wall trend with framed pictures and even artwork. Even if you can’t nail things into the wall, there are plenty of adhesive-based alternatives.
Protecting your Lowell apartment’s garbage disposal from inadvertent damage will safeguard you from countless plumbing related issues. Here are five items that should never be put down garbage disposals in Lowell Apartments:
Although most glass is brittle enough to easily shatter, it is still hard and sharp; this causes it to chew up your garbage disposal as it tries–and fails–to break the glass down.
Garbage disposals do a poor job of breaking down paper. It just ends up going down the drain mostly intact; this results in drain clogs.
When fibrous foods such as celery, corn husks and onion skins are shredded by a garbage disposal, they become strings that tangle and lock up your garbage disposal unit.
Grease and Oil
Grease should never be intentionally poured down the drain, even if you have a garbage disposal. The garbage disposal will not break grease down and you will end up a regular grease drain clog.
Foods like pasta and rice will expand while in your pipes even after they are shredded; this causes clogs.
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It’s always fun to stay in a nice hotel. From the soft sheets to the plush pillows, you can bring that feeling home with you by doing the following to your Celebration apartments.
First, get some art. You want to use the artwork as an anchor for your decor so be sure to choose pieces that will create the overall aesthetic you desire.
Next, get a visually appealing headboard. Oversized headboards with colorful, plush coverings, soften the room’s appearance.
When it comes to bedding, invest in the best. Soft sheets and fluffy comforters will keep you comfortable and cozy at night. It’s also a wise idea to invest in plenty of soft pillows that you can drift off to dream upon.
Finally, bring layered lighting into the equation. A side table with a lamp, a couple of candle holders, and carefully selected light bulbs can help create a soothing, relaxing atmosphere for any occasion.
We invite you to contact us to learn more about our apartments and the comfortable bedrooms each features. We’ll be happy to give you the details and schedule a time for you to stop by and take a look around our community.
Get Ready The Night Before: Rushing around the apartment and then out the door can put you in a bad mood. Wipe down the kitchen, prepare lunches and laying out clothes the night before can help you get a head start on your morning.
Drink Something Warm: A warm beverage, whether it be coffee or tea, can be comforting. This comfortable feeling is sure to put you in a good mood. You can even drink a cup of water before your warm beverage, as this will boost your energy.
Start Over: The morning may not go as well as you hope, but the next hour is another opportunity to take a deep breath, recharge your batteries and start over.