Listed are 7 temporary decorating tips for renters that will make your home feel more like yours.
Paint Landlords love their white paint, but it can make for a very bland apartment. If you are allowed to paint, do it!
Be Bold So you are not able to paint your walls? Don’t let that limit you. Use temporary wallpaper to change your room’s look without paint! Better yet, use those white walls to your advantage and add in bold colors and textiles to all your fabric choices such as pillows, rugs, bedding and curtains.
Plaster Walls? No problem. Learn how to lean, stack, and layer your objects and picture frames up against walls. There are always 3M command strips, which allow you to do some damage-free hanging.
Windows Add curtains for a pop of style. Plus if you’re in the city, or have window-like doors to your bedroom – consider adding decorative window film for an added touch of privacy.
Hide it Hate that ugly plastic countertop? Cover it! You can get the look of real granite with a few rolls of contact paper. When you’re ready to move out, just peel it off.
Lighting Pendants and sconces are so beautiful, but sometimes renting means you have to opt for plug-in lighting. You can, however, find several plug-in options for walls and ceilings that will work perfect with you and your space.
Outdoors Sprucing up your outdoor space can make it feel like you’ve gained an extra room. Put your stamp on your new apartment before you even walk through the front door with a monogrammed doormat.
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