Moving into a High-Rise Apartment: Some Tips to Consider

In the modern era, builders in Mumbai and other metropolitan cities are increasingly establishing multi-storey high-rise apartments to accommodate larger numbers of individuals and families and provide a suitable solution to the skyrocketing accommodation requirements.

Moving into your brand-new high-rise apartment is exciting and promising, but also requires some planning and considerations. So, what are some ways in which you can ensure a hassle-free and organized moving-in process? Here are some quick tips:

1. Determine What Furniture You May Require

Once your apartment is all ready for you to move in, you would need to decide what furniture needs to be purchased to fulfil your requirements adequately. For this, you could start by analysing what your day-to-day furniture requirements would be and the ways in which these can also enhance the aesthetics of your home. It is always a good idea to analyse the amount of space you have in your home and then decide on the furniture accordingly. For instance, many reputed builders in Mumbai ensure that in a spacious 1 BHK flat, one can easily afford to segregate the dining and sitting areas in the front-room. Also consider the number of persons to be moving into the flat and their individual requirements. We recommend contacting a furniture store that employs interior designers that can provide you with guidance on what type of furniture would best suit your flat and what colour combinations would most enhance the floor plan of your flat. Picking the right furniture can make a room look twice as large and twice as comfortable. Furniture stores like Lalco Interiors offer interior design services, customized furniture and online shopping to make your buying furniture as hassle-free and fun as possible.

2. Think About Minimalism and Clutter-Free Furnishing.

A clutter-free world is the way to go today. And while decluttering is a good idea to reduce furniture, buying only the minimal required furniture pieces in the first place can make things a lot easier. Think about the amount of storage space you would require vis-à-vis the number of inhabitants, as well as simple yet elegant sofas and dining areas which are easily movable. Flats for sale in Dahisar East or other rapidly developing areas in Mumbai are situated in prime locations where all the resources are typically available in your neighbourhood. Nowadays the best furniture can even serve too purposes. Make sure you look into beds, sofas and tables that can also provide some extra storage space without taking up any extra room in your flat.

3. Consider Interesting Colour Combinations and Contrasts.

You may also want to opt for classy colour combinations when you decide to paint your home and purchase the accessories and furniture. You could opt for interesting contrasts in terms of the colours, such as dark-shaded furniture to contrast with walls painted in a lighter hue. It always works to opt for colour-coordinated furniture and décor to suit the colour of the walls.

4. Figure Out the Society’s Rules & Regulations Pertaining to Moving in.

Before moving in, consider the rules and regulations set forth by the society in terms of any specific timings at which to move in, rules to move your furniture and other accessories into your home etc. It also helps to inform the authorities beforehand about the tentative or specific date at which you are planning to move in. This is because moving into a new home is an elaborate process; having the right infrastructure while doing so can help both the resident and the building authorities to organize it better.

Conclusion
Moving into your new home can be an exhilarating and tedious process all at once. And a spacious and well-constructed home makes it a breeze for its inhabitants to plan the décor and purchase the right furniture. VKLAL Vishnu Phase I offers spacious, affordable and easily furnishable 1 BHK flats in Dahisar, thus making the post-construction processes extremely efficient and hassle-free. Click here to know more!