Author Archives: The Vintage

8 Tips About How to Declutter an Apartment

  No one enjoys feeling like “home” is a cluttered, disorganized mess. If left unchecked, mail begins to pile up, books overflow from shelves, clothes start to spill from drawers or closets, and even decorations or keepsakes take over your flat surfaces. Long story short, items add up, and decluttering can quickly seem close to…

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5 Fall Recipes You Can Make in Your Apartment Kitchen

Fall has arrived, and with the falling leaves and cooler temperatures comes a number of delicious seasonal dishes. From pumpkin, squash and other fall veggies to Thanksgiving staples, there are many wonderful recipes just waiting for an enthusiastic apartment chef like yourself. In this article, we want to show off our favorite fall recipes from…

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What Makes an Apartment ‘Boutique’?

Boutique Apartments are a growing trend both in the United States and abroad, and DC apartments are no exception. You’ve probably the word used frequently in advertisements and listings and be wondering “what exactly makes an apartment boutique?” Merriam Webster offers two definitions of the word: A small shop dealing in fashionable clothes or accessories…

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Mt. Pleasant’s Best Delivery Restaurants

In today’s ultra-busy world, the idea of cooking a meal from scratch or carving out more than an hour to go to a restaurant and eat might seem nearly impossible. Lucky for residents and those working in Washington, D.C.’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood, these local establishments deliver right to their homes or offices. Get a taste…

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A Brief History of Columbia Heights

Washington, D.C. has a rich history, and its neighborhoods are no exception. Today we want to give a brief history of the Columbia Heights neighborhood and its contribution to DC. Nestled amidst the Adams Morgan, Mount Pleasant, Park View, Petworth, Pleasant Plains, and Shaw neighborhoods, and bordering Howard University, the area has a little bit…

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An Art Lover’s Guide to Mt. Pleasant

Washington, D.C. is well-known for its National Mall, offering a plethora of museums, galleries, historical buildings, concert venues, green spaces, monuments, and so much more. Not many are aware that that same art and flair stretches north to the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood, though, making it a great place for art lovers to both live and…

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