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Look outside, things are changing. As winter gives way to spring, flowers bloom, temperatures warm and everyone is itching to get outside. This drastic environment change is a highlight of many people’s year, and it demands a coinciding interior upgrade. Wake up your apartment from its months-long hibernation with spring...Read more
An RDNY.com client found an apartment rental in Manhattan with a problem. The walls were paneled, making her home office a clutter of cables. We had a solution.
If you're like us, you looked at Manhattan apartment rentals that had room for a cozy home office. Then you tried hiding and tucking the cables away. Our solution
You've been searching high and low for the right no fee apartment for rent in New York. You're searching Manhattan apartments for rent and Brooklyn apartments.
Imaging hanging your shoes from several rows of these beautiful crown moldings. Is there any doubt that your apartment in NYC wouldn't be a knock-out?
Ceiling medallions are lovely idea for inexpensive and creative wall showpiece for your no fee apartment for rent in new york. The wall will be a showstopper.
Here's a quick idea. With the money you save by renting a no fee apartment NYC from RDNY.com, buy yourself a platform bed - and still have money left over.
From time to time, Apartment Therapy organizes tours of rental apartments in New York City. Today they posted 10 photos from 10 inspiring NYC rental apartments. What’s notable about the photos is that each of the apartment renters has their own unique sense of style. Most of these are not...Read more
A space saving idea for any studio - Hide your dining table on the wall! The table looks really good hanging on the wall and it looks like minimalist modern art.
Some people drop into Pier 9 for a couple of candles. Not Alex. He's now painting the Sistine Chapel's ceiling murals in his apartment, starting with the Creation of Adam over his bedroom.
Bronx art deco apartment treasure on the Grand Concourse has no fee apartments for rent.
Fill your walls with eye-popping photos of NYC. If you are thinking of finding an apartment to rent in NY, remember this resource for eye-catching art.
Stylish, available in a variety of textures and finishes, these do-it-yourself bookshelves will fit even tiny Manhattan rental apartments.
Transit Scrolls may the the new hot thing for New York City loft and apartment renters. Here are some sources.
Sure, RDNY.com can help you find the right apartment with no broker fee (shameless plug). But then what? You don\'t want to stare at blank white walls. The solution: decorate your walls with fine photography from Maher Fine Art Photography.
This apartment is unlike any other I\'ve seen before — thanks to Randal\'s vast and rotating antiques collection, he has covered every available surface with works of art that are personal and dear to him.
\"What can I do with my rental apartment to give it a face lift? If you\'re lucky enough to be able to paint, the answer, once again, is color.
Apartment renters in New York City beware! The City is aggressively enforcing long existing but widely ignored codes prohibiting temporary walls.
An interesting list of decorating sites. Some are perfect for rental apartments, others are wayyyy too grandiose for mere apartments. You can have hours of fun with Retro to Go or learn some design dos and don\'ts from the one of my favorite sites, Design Sponge.
Is your kitchen less than 120 square feet? Have you improved it in some way, or conquered a challenge? Have you made it more beautiful, more healthy, more functional? We want to see your kitchen, and our readers\' top three favorites will receive a bundle of kitchen goodies.
I was so impressed with the thought and vision of this site that I am compelled to recommend it to you. Whether you are interested in finding a rental apartment in Manhattan or a rental in Brooklyn, you\'ve going to be looking at bare, mostly white or off white walls. You need to turn those walls into a home. Design*Sponge cnq give you the inspiration to do that for not very much money.
These photos are from a New York Times article from Oct 21, 2007 which I saved because it helped us in RDNY.com‘s Listing Dept to understand what 300 square feet looked like. The article is about how popular studio apartments have become in the buyer’s market because sale prices have...Read more