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One of the features on our website allows you to view floor plans and photos of all the beautiful FSU apartments available for rent. This will help you get a better idea of what your new place looks like, allowing you to make the best selection for your apartment living preferences. The dimensions and features will likely be extremely similar once you are assigned your selected unit, especially if you selected a specific named layout based on floor plans available. Keep in mind, however, that not everything will look exactly like the photos on our community pages. Even furnished FSU apartments will need some decorating and design efforts to look just the way you want them to. Wondering what to expect from your new place after the move? These few reminders will help you plan more efficiently when relocating to FSU apartments.
As we mentioned above, your new place will not be decorated by an interior designer! The photos you see on our website are depictions of what your unit could look like with matching furniture, wall décor, rugs, and much more. These pictures are good references when assessing the potential of your new place. For example, FSU apartments with tubs will give you the opportunity to add eye-catching and colorful shower curtains with matching floor rugs and towels. The feature carpet color will most likely be the same as your actual unit, but check with the leasing office if you want to know for sure. If you want to choose a unit with a patio or balcony, you can start thinking of creative and useful ways to use this extra space. For example, bird feeders, lounge chairs, and plants are a great way to spice up your patio area. If you need a few ideas for apartment décor, Pinterest is a fantastic resource for thousands of photos and boards that are geared towards your design preferences.
Another feature you may spot in our photos of FSU apartments is painted walls. Many units will come with a neutral color, but you may be able to personalize your walls with new paint. Check with the leasing office for rules on painting – you may be asked to repaint the walls to the original color before you move out to avoid additional painting fees. Darker colors will be more difficult to paint over and involve more heavy duty primers. Keep in mind that renting an apartment may involve some wear and tear from previous residents in your unit. Your apartment will still be clean and freshly prepared for you, but you may notice some nicks and scratches on appliances, walls, or doors.
Except for these few differences, your new place should look very similar to the photos and floor plans offered by the leasing office. If you have any concerns, ask for a tour of the community and prepare specific questions about the actual unit you will be moving into. This will help avoid confusion or misunderstandings with your leasing office.