The Robert

The Robert Madison

Huntsville, AL - is the second-best place to live in the United States according to U.S. News & World Report's 2023-2024 rankings. The city's thriving job market, low cost of living and high quality of life were cited as the primary reasons for its top ranking.

Bordering Huntsville is the family-friendly town of Madison, AL. Madison boasts the charm of a small town with the convenience of a suburban, contemporary lifestyle. Just minutes from Athens, Decaur and Huntsville, this charming town provides the comforts of home with the convenience of living a stone’s throw from entertainment, schools, dining and restaurants. Home to Minor League Baseball’s Rocket City Trash Pandas, multi-use greenways, the Town Madison was designed to incorporate live, work and play all in one amazing community.

Town Madison’s newest apartment destination is The Robert at Madison!

Featuring:

Luxury rental living
4 story elevator buildings with 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments
20 Unique 2 & 3 bedroom townhomes

The Robert

Rohdie Group

We set out to build communities that are always on the forefront of new and innovative design. The Robert Madison will feature brand new one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments in a four-story building with the convenience of elevators. Additionally, we have beautifully designed townhomes that provide extra privacy and space.

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Amenities

  • Clubhouse with coffee bar and co working spaces
  • Resort style pool with sunning ledge
  • 24-7 Fitness Center
  • Pickle ball Courts
  • Three dog runs
  • Green space
  • The best staff in Town Madison
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Your Community

    • Clubhouse with co-work space
    • Coffee and tea bar
    • Community fire pit
    • Dog park and dog wash
    • Outdoor grill
    • Resort-style pool with sunning ledge
    • 24-HOUR fitness center
    • Pickle Ball Courts (yes... Pickle Ball!) The Robert Madison will be the first community to ever offer pickle ball!
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Your Residence

  • Frameless glass showers*
  • Granite countertops
  • In home washer & dryer
  • Luxury vinyl plank flooring
  • Nine-foot ceilings
  • Stainless steel appliance package
  • Subway tile kitchen backsplash
  • Stylish Interior
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How to Decorate Your Rental Without Violating Your Lease?

How to Decorate Your Rental Without Violating Your Lease?

How to Decorate Your Rental Without Violating Your Lease?

 

Are you tired of living in a boring and bland rental unit but feel restricted by your lease agreement? You’re not alone – many renters struggle with this dilemma. Fortunately, there are several ways to decorate your rental without violating your lease! In this blog post, we’ll discuss some tips and tricks to make your home feel more personalized and cozy while staying within the boundaries of your rental contract.

 

1. Use Removable Wallpapers and Decals

One of the easiest and most affordable ways to personalize your rental unit is by using removable wallpapers and decals. These temporary adhesive designs are available in different patterns, sizes, and colors, allowing you to create the perfect accent wall or add some flair to your furniture. The best part? They can be easily removed without damaging the paint or walls, which means you won’t be charged for any repairs when you move out.

2. Opt for Temporary Lighting Fixtures

If your rental unit doesn’t have the best lighting, you can still brighten up your space with temporary lighting fixtures. Table lamps, floor lamps, and string lights are all great options that can easily be moved or removed without affecting the structure or electrical system of your apartment. Just make sure you don’t overload any power outlets or leave any wires exposed to prevent any potential fire hazards.

3. Use Non-Permanent Storage Solutions

Storage in a rental unit can be a challenge, especially if you are restricted from installing any permanent fixtures like shelves or closet systems. However, there are plenty of non-permanent storage solutions like hanging organizers, freestanding racks, and storage cubes that can help you maximize your space while keeping your landlord happy. Make sure to avoid anything that requires drilling holes or substantial modifications.

4. Keep it Neutral and Easy to Reverse

When choosing decor and accessories, it’s essential to stick to a neutral color palette and easy-to-reverse designs. Avoid anything too bold or unique that you will have trouble blending with the landlord's existing furnishings. You don’t want to invest too much money into something that you may have to undo completely when you move out. Stick to versatile, classic decor items that you can use in different living situations.

5. Ask for Permission

Although your lease agreement may explicitly prohibit some types of decorations, it’s always worth asking your landlord for permission before installing or hanging anything that might be in a gray area. Communicating your intentions beforehand will show that you respect their property and will build goodwill for any future needs.

 

Conclusion

Decorating your rental without violating your lease can be challenging, but it’s not impossible. By using temporary decor, neutral colors, and smart storage solutions, you can make a personalized and cozy space without breaking any rules. Remember to respect your landlord's property and communicate your intentions before making any significant changes or installations. Now go ahead and transform that bland rental into your inviting home sweet home. If you're looking for apartments for rent in Madison, AL, contact The Robert Apartments today to schedule a personal tour.

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