Making Your Man Feel At Home When He Moves Into Your Place

December 5, 2018  |  
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moving in with your boyfriend

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You and your partner have decided to live together. Rather than you moving into his place or him moving into yours, you’d hoped to find a brand new place that was new to both of you. You tried apartment hunting, to find a spot suitable for a couple. But, ultimately, you realized that the smart financial decision would be for both of you to live in your place. It’s bigger, enjoys a better location, and is somehow more affordable than everything you two saw. Your idea to find a new place goes out the window, and your partner starts moving his couch through your sliding glass doors. You can still make your apartment—where you’ve lived as a single woman for a while now—feel like your and his apartment through a few changes. It is important that your partner feels like your home is now his home. Here are ways to make your man feel at home when he moves into your place.


Make room in the closet

Clear out some drawers, donate clothes, put items in storage—you need to give your partner just about as much closet space as you have. Maybe he doesn’t need as much if he doesn’t love to shop as much as you do. But you know how many things he owns: create storage space for them.

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