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How To Host A Party In A Small Apartment In Bloomington

January 18, 2023
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You might feel a little restricted in your Bloomington apartment sometimes, but don’t let it impact your enjoyment of life. You can still have family and friends over and host parties. The key is to do it on a smaller scale and consider your fellow Residents. You wouldn’t want to be the person the whole neighborhood dislikes for disturbing the peace. Follow our tips for how to host a party in a small apartment in Bloomington, and you will still be the incredible host you want to be.

How To Host Parties In A Small Apartment In Bloomington

A high-ceilinged rec room with pool table at Waverley Apartments.

Don't let your small Bloomington apartment stop you from entertaining. Take a look at our tips for maximizing square footage and keeping things simple but pleasant for all.

  • Keep The Invitee List Within Reason: Unless you reside in an incredibly large apartment, it’s wise to keep your parties modest. Only host as many visitors as you have places to sit at your dining table or within the primary living area. You could skirt this rule a bit by repositioning furniture and adding seating with foldable chairs and ottomans. But don’t pack so many people in that you spill out into the hallway, bothering your neighbors.
  • Open Up Windows To Prevent Your Apartment From Getting A Bit Steamy: Too many folks in a small area can make your apartment hot and stuffy, so unlatch a few windows. Even better, arrange a few chairs and ornamental lights on your balcony or patio and invite visitors to make use of that space too.
  • Plan Smaller Area Games And Entertainment: Elaborate party games that make sense for bigger rooms may not go over well in a smaller apartment, so try board games or cards. Or, as an alternative to music and dancing, opt for a relaxed movie-watching experience.
  • Ask About The Clubhouse: If you think you might need extra area, you may also ask| the property manager about renting amenities like the clubhouse. Make sure to inquire about any restrictions or rules first.

How To Keep The Neighbors At Ease When Having A Soiree

An open-concept kitchen and living room at Continuum Apartments.

When apartment Residents hear there’s festivities happening next door, they often groan. There isn’t anyone who wishes to have their quiet night disrupted by someone else’s friends. Thankfully, you’re able to stay in your neighbors’ good graces with these suggestions.

  • Instruct Your Friends About The Best Places To Park: The majority of Bloomington apartments have parking restrictions. Be sure your guests understand where they can find spots. They wouldn’t want to have their vehicle towed, and your building’s other occupants wouldn’t want to find all the Resident spots occupied.
  • Be Cognizant Of Your Noise Level: When you have shared walls with other Residents, you owe them the courtesy of minimizing noise levels. Keep the volume of your stereo or TV down during your party and advise your visitors that neighbors might hear them. It’s also smart to eschew louder pastimes, including dancing or karaoke.
  • Finish Up At A Sensible Hour: Your fellow Residents are likely to put up with a bit of unexpected noise for some time. But when the abundance of individuals are going to sleep at day’s end, it’s smart for you to send people home. There isn’t much that is more inconsiderate than disturbing other people’s rest. So finish up your get-togethers with sleeping hours as a prime consideration to avert irate neighbors or noise complaints.

Host Your Friends And Family At City Flats on Tenth!

With a luxurious, roomy apartment at City Flats on Tenth, you’ll have plenty of room for entertaining. We are excited to have you join us, so place a call to 812-561-1974 or request a tour today and find out why our Residents are proud to call City Flats on Tenth home!