My name is Abby Jones and I’m talking about
the process of moving in to a new space. And, how to make that an easy and efficient process.
So, the first thing that you’ll want to do when you get into a new space and when you’re
organizing it, is to go ahead and just access the space. So, literally, just look around
the space, see what kind of, what kind of space you’re dealing with, in terms, so, in
terms of, you moving in your furniture, and, and organizing your things. So part of assessing
a space, is measuring things. So, when I look at my living space and the, the space that
I’m going to be setting up as my living room, I notice that there’s a little nook, in the
wall here. And, and it’s going to be important to know how big that is. So, it looks like
it’s five and a half feet. And, and one, one of the reasons that’s important for me to
know is because this is one of the only places where a rug is going to fit, and I don’t have
a rug that would fit in five and a half, five and a half feet. All my rugs, the shortest
size, is six feet. So, so now I know that I need to sell my rugs, and get a new rug.
Something else that is, that I’ve, that I notice, when I, as I’m assessing the space,
is that there’s a support wall or beam right here. That is going to make some, that’s going
to inform my decisions on how I’m going to arrange my furniture. And, again, you know,
well, my, a rug, I’m going to need to be cognizant of that, as I’m picking a rug. How long the
rug is. It also serves as a nice natural barrier between this space and my dining space. So,
those are just some things that I’m going to be thinking about, as I arrange the furniture
in my living room.