Westglen is within minutes of everything West St. Louis County has to offer - shopping, parks, golf, fine restaurants, AAA schools and major employers. With easy access to Highway 40 and I-270, our location is unbeatable.

How to Organize Your West St. Louis County Apartment on a Budget

Conventional wisdom says that decorating a home or an apartment can be a pricey endeavor. What if we told you that it didn’t have to be? At Westglen Village Apartments, we like to consider ourselves as more than West St. Louis County Apartment complex, but a true resource for hardworking Americans. West St. Louis County Apartments

Before you begin shopping for storage containers and fancy portable drawers, check out our cost efficient tips for organizing an apartment.

#1 Storage Ottoman: We personally love the storage ottoman because it serves 2 needs: a place to rest your feet and a storage space for magazines, remotes, etc. Price: $60 – $100

#2 Woven Baskets: A large woven basket can be used in the bathroom to house towels and soaps or in the family room to store old newspapers and magazines. Price: $10 – $20

#3 Binders: If you have a hard time keeping your papers organized, we suggest keeping them in a 3-ring binder. You can have one for instruction manuals, work papers and cooking recipes. Price: $1.00 – $20

#4 Netted Bags: The netted bags that hold potatoes and oranges can be re-used to for a multitude of purposes including: storing bath toys, laundry and/or sporting equipment.

#5 Glass Jars: Used glass jars—big and small—can be used to store spices, pens and pencils, flowers and any other nick-nacks you have around the apartment.

#6 Ice Cube Trays: If you don’t have the cash to purchase a jewelry box, we recommend using ice trays in the meantime. Not only will it help you keep all of your jewelry in order, it won’t cost you more than a few bucks! Price: $1.00 to $20

If you would like to take a tour of Westglen Village Apartments, please visit us online 24/7 at westglenvillageapartments.com or call 636-227-6220 to speak to a representative.

This article was written by: Cory