So far, it seems like the only constant as a twenty-something in New York City has been change: namely, changing apartments. In the course of my three years living under Bloomberg’s reign, I’ve moved three times. Now I’m proud to say I just signed a two-year lease in a great new neighborhood (I know! Two whole years!). Suddenly, adorning my walls with old Christmas cards and taped-up Polaroids isn’t going to cut it anymore.
For the next chapter of my adult life, I want to start creating a real home. Which is why I perked up when read this Guide post by the resourceful gents of Birchbox Man. They’re giving insider tips on how to score great wall art for your apartment at non-frightening prices. (Nesting instinct: activated!) And if the prospect of opening a 401k still sounds like a distant dream, have no fear. It’s possible to spruce up your walls without having to refinance your student loans.
Just keep reading for some decorating inspiration.
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