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Our Melbourne Apartment – Interior on a BUDGET

Hey guys! Today we’re moving into the
apartment and we’re now meeting with the landlord to get the keys. We got’em! We already went to Ikea and Kmart to buy some kitchen appliances and bed linen that we could transport ourselves. Like also these mugs and tea pots. And and because the previous tenant
was moving overseas, we were fortunate that he left us all this behind. Like also some pans and we also have a popcorn machine. He also left us a dryer and some other stuff for a small
price. We can start by unpacking some boxes and arranging our closet while we’re waiting for IKEA to deliver our furniture this afternoon. This is day two of the unboxing
furniture. I just got back from the store and I already got us some nice throws or plaids, a white and a fur one. And I also got us some matching pillows. So the only thing missing now is the sofabed. There is actually a pretty cool feature
about the apartment that we discovered yesterday and I’m about to show you now,
if you want to follow me. We go in the hallway and and just like three apartments further we have this room. And here we have the garbage and the recycling. so I’m gonna throw it away And now it’s gonna fall
five floors down. So, part three of moving in is the Kmart delivery. It’s been a long two weeks, these past two weeks. We’ve spent a lot of time moving and we have no car, so we have to do
everything by foot and it’s been really tough. We managed to make it happen: as
you can see most of the furniture is here and also some decorations, so we think we’ve earned a proper movie night. And with a movie night there is popcorn. I’ll let Justine try the first ones *Complaining murmurs* We decided what movie to watch. We’re going to watch “fantastic beasts and where to find them”. A good movie, some popcorn, a cup of tea and good company. What more can you ask for? The industrial entertainments unit was
the last piece of furniture missing so now everything is complete for the
interior. To tell you a little bit more about that is that almost everything came from Kmart and IKEA. We were looking for cheap things because they were on a budget. We were looking to spend three thousand to four thousand dollars on this and we did spend 3500 dollars which is a little bit more than two thousand euros. So, the most expensive things were from Ikea, which is
the sofa bed, the bed frame and mattress. And then all the other stuff came from
Kmart which is the desk, the bookshelf, the industrial detainment unit, the coffee table and in the bedroom there is a garment stand. And as I mentioned earlier, we got a lot from the previous tenant which is the TV, the dryer, all the
kitchen appliances… There are some minor details missing, like the photo frames don’t have any pictures in them yet because we have to print them and then
also we’d like to have some vintage books or nice books to put on the bookshelf,
but for the rest I think it’s almost done. So have a look! Thanks for watching this week’s video! If
you have any questions, you can leave them in the comments. If you like the
interior you can give a thumbs up for the video and otherwise, yeah, just
subscribe. Bye!


Dubois Nathalie

Oct 10, 2017, 1:43 pm Reply

All set for the real life to begin. Good luck in your new home!

Corry Dubois

Oct 10, 2017, 7:07 am Reply

Love is "putting together ikea furniture '" ?

serge Dubois

Oct 10, 2017, 9:10 pm Reply

Jullie doen dat super goed !Dikke proficiat aan Robin en Justine ?❤

Nancy Dubois

Oct 10, 2017, 6:57 pm Reply

Ziet er daar fantastisch uit ?

Satyanarayan Bhanja

May 5, 2018, 8:26 pm Reply

Nice setup ?


Nov 11, 2018, 11:38 am Reply

In one month I will be in Melbourne again ?

Tohura Shuvechcha

Dec 12, 2018, 3:34 pm Reply

what about the rent of this apartment ?


Jan 1, 2019, 12:35 pm Reply

great work guys but your TV looks shit. 😀

Ana Luiza Gomes

Aug 8, 2019, 4:50 am Reply

How many square meters does this apartment have?

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