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How To Host A Party In A Small Apartment In Indianapolis

January 18, 2023

You could feel a little restricted in your Indianapolis apartment sometimes, but don’t allow it to cramp your enjoyment of life. You are still able to have family and friends over and have gatherings. The key is to scale it down a little and be mindful of your neighbors. You never want to be the individual the whole floor despises for being too noisy. Follow our tips for how to host a party in a small apartment in Indianapolis, and you will still be the great host you wish to be.

How To Host Parties In A Small Apartment In Indianapolis

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

There’s no need to let your small Indianapolis apartment stop you from having guests. Take a look at our suggestions for maximizing area and keeping things simple but fun.

  • Keep The RSVP List In Check: Unless you reside in an incredibly roomy apartment, it’s wise to keep your get-togethers of a limited size. Only entertain as many guests as you have places to sit around your dining table or inside your primary living area. You may exceed this amount a little by moving furniture around and incorporating additional seating with ottomans and folding chairs. But avoid trying to cram so many guests in that you overflow into the hallway, annoying your fellow Residents.
  • Open Up Windows To Stop Your Apartment From Getting Too Stuffy: A large number of people in a small area can make your apartment a bit stifling, so crack a few windows. In addition, arrange seats and decorative hanging lights on your patio or balcony and encourage guests to enjoy that space as well.
  • Plan Smaller Area Forms Of Entertainment: Elaborate party activities that work well in more sizable spaces might not work as well in a smaller setting, so try cards or a board game. Or, in lieu of music and dancing, consider a cozy movie-watching experience.
  • Ask About The Community Spaces: If you require more space, you can also get in touch with| the property manager about renting your community’s amenities like a room or area within the clubhouse. Be sure to find out about any restrictions or rules in advance.

How To Keep The Neighbors Happy When Having A Get-Together

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

When apartment Residents hear there’s festivities happening nearby, many aren’t thrilled. No one wishes to have their restful evening disrupted by another Resident’s visitors. So stay on the good side of your neighbors with these recommendations.

  • Advise Your Friends About The Best Places To Park: Most Indianapolis apartments have parking rules. Make sure your friends know where the visitor parking section is. They wouldn’t want to get towed, and your building’s other occupants would prefer not to discover all of the spots taken.
  • Be Aware Of Noise Levels: Since you have shared walls with other Residents, you should show them the courtesy of limiting your amount of noise. Keep the volume of your stereo or TV down when you have party and advise your visitors that neighbors may be disturbed. It also helps to steer clear of louder pastimes, such as karaoke or dancing.
  • End At A Reasonable Time: Other occupants can put up with a bit of unexpected noise to a point. But when the majority of people are turning in for the night, it’s time for you to wrap things up. Few things are more inconsiderate than interrupting other Residents’ sleep. So finish up your parties with bedtime as a prime consideration to circumvent angry neighbors or noise complaints.

Entertain Your Friends And Family At Block 20!

With a lovely, spacious apartment at Block 20, you’ll have enough space for hosting friends and family. We would be thrilled to have you experience our community, so call 463-777-2762 or schedule a tour today and see why our Residents love calling Block 20 home!