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HOW TO FEEL AT HOME, MAYBE IN VIENNA?

Wow, time is flying by! Spring has officially begun and we’re about to hop from March to April. Warmer temperatures and longer days already help push our mood to a higher level but you might still not feel quite at home after moving into your new place. We have a few tipps on how to accomplish that:
1 Buy flowers
2 Invite friends and family and make memories in the new place
3 Put on fresh sheets and get some good night’s rest
4 Hang up pictures of loved ones
5 Pup on some good music and sing from the top of your lungs
6 Cook yourself some good food (or have something delivered if “cook” and “good” does not really match in your case)

What can help as well: plants that give the home a cosy atmosphere. Not everyone is born to keep plants alive, though. We can help because we have put together a list of plants that will forgive many mistakes. Not enough light or water – they will still not die on you !
1 Golden Pothos
2 Mother-In-Law’s Tongue (Sanseviera trifasciata)
3 Bowstring Hemp
4 Ponytail Palm (attention: is poisonous for toddlers and pets)
5 Succulents

Fotocredit: MyHousePlants

Fotocredit: MyHousePlants

Fotocredit: Pinterest

Fotocredit: Pinterest

Fotocredit: Dehner

Fotocredit: Dehner

Fotocredit: Bellaflora

Fotocredit: Bellaflora

Fotocredit: Hornbach

Fotocredit: Hornbach

And if you are not quite there yet and still have to decide where to move, then maybe the 3rd district in Vienna might be an option?

Landstraße
is definitely a part of the city worth considereng when you are looking for a new place. It is part of the outer city-center and therefore perfect for you to reach all the places you might wanna go. On top of that you have the Stadtpark right there in your area. 65.000m² of green are are especially now that spring is here an argument for Landstraße!