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3 Must-Haves for Any Student Residence

According to the Rental Protection Agency, 40% of U.S. renters are between the ages of 15 and 34. Students comprise a large portion of this demographic, with many of them choosing to move out of their college dorms and into off campus student housing. This change can be both exciting and overwhelming — as this is the first time they have had to furnish an apartment, it can be difficult for them to know where to start. If you are a student who is about to move or recently moved into an apartment, whether in Newark student housing or anywhere in the country, make sure to consider these three items that will make apartment life a breeze!

  1. An elevated bed frame

    The most common challenge students come across, whether living on campus, in Newark student housing, or an apartment in any city, is limited space. In a dorm there is not much you can do, as you essentially have just the furniture provided by the school to work with. In an apartment, however, students have far greater flexibility. If there is not one in the room already, purchasing an elevated bed frame allows for large amounts of convenient, out-of-sight storage space. Acquire some rolling plastic bins to slide in and out from underneath the frame and this solution becomes even more effective.

  2. An electric kettle

    They say a watched pot never boils — buy an electric kettle, and no watching is necessary. Simply flip the switch or press the button and the device heats your water automatically, needing only an outlet to be plugged into. If you are an avid tea or coffee connoisseur, it may be worth investing in a kettle with variable temperature settings. While boiling water is perfect for black teas such as English Breakfast and Earl Grey, more delicate varieties such as green tea and oolong tea require lower temperatures, typically around 175 and 185 degrees, respectively. Coffee should be brewed with water below the boil as well, ideally around 200 degrees Fahrenheit.

  3. A comfy desk chair

    Unless you are the type of student who strictly works in the library or at nearby cafés, you are going to want to set up a quality workspace in your apartment. If you buy an uncomfortable chair, you will never want to sit at your desk to work. Invest in your productivity and buy an ergonomic desk chair that makes working as pleasant an experience as possible.

 

Before you get these important items, you have to find an apartment — the best Newark student housing options for students living off campus while attending the University of Delaware are with Lang Development Group.

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