Have you recently bought a new house or rented one? Are you planning to move out of this one soon? If yes, I'm here to help you out. In this article today, I'm going to highlight some of the essentials that will help you get settled in your new house and feel at home. Have a look:
The first thing that needs to go live is your bathroom. You can manage everything else for a few days but you cannot go out every time you need to use the restroom, so it comes on top of the list.
Make sure to pack all your toiletries first and drop them off personally at your new house. Plus, go to a nearby supermarket and get additional toilet rolls, cleaning sheets, and towels.
Once you have your bathroom all set, you need to move towards the kitchen. You cannot eat in takeout boxes all week, so make sure to have some plates, bowls, and glasses ready to use.
Besides that, a few kitchen appliances are mandatory. First and foremost, you need to have a microwave oven. The next thing would be a refrigerator and then a coffee maker. Other things can wait but these three are essential for your everyday life.
A few other things that are essential but cannot be placed in a certain category are going to be your miscellaneous needs. While you may not realize it now, you'll need them the moment you step foot in your new house. These things include:
- A DIY toolbox
- A first aid kit
- A mini 4000w generator
- A pair of scissors and duct tape
- Shelf liners and hangers for clothes
- A bug-repellent spray
- A Wi-Fi connection
Now that you have all your living essentials, let's address the cleaning part. You cannot call the maintenance guy every week to clean your house or apartment. It's your job to keep it clean at the end of the day.
Thus, it's better to get started earlier. For this, please ensure to get all the cleaning supplies, including your laundry essentials, floor cleaners, mopping stuff, and more. Plus, if you have a pet, be sure to get separate cleaning solutions for it as well.
Last but not least, it's time you set up your bedroom. Yes, you can use a mattress for a few days but you can only compromise your comfort for so long. Hence, once you have everything else in place, you must move towards your bedroom.
Order yourself a large-sized spring mattress along with a comfortable, plush comforter and some pillows. If you're someone who's into interior design, I suggest you buy throwaway blankets, too. You can keep one for your bedroom and the others can be used for sofas in your house.
And that's pretty much all you'll need to get settled in your house... After that, you can gradually work on the decor and design of the house. Good luck, guys!