Our homes are a reflection of who we are. As such, it’s fun to personalize your apartment to your unique style and make it feel more comfortable. But often, you may get deterred from doing so because you live in a rented space and you don’t want to break the terms of your lease. Fret not! Here are five renter-friendly decor ideas that will inspire and impress you!
Peel-and-stick wall decals are quite popular and readily available in the market today. These come in a variety of designs to match your taste. Not only are they perfect for dressing up that plain wall, but they are also easy to remove.
Rugs and Carpet Squares
An easy way to dress up your home is by laying out rugs and carpet squares of your choice. Look out for patterns that are to your liking. Create a statement by overlapping carpets or just keep it simple with a single big rug. Either way, it will add an extra feeling of coziness to your home.
Ditch the wall hooks and nails. Instead, display your art canvases by setting them up on countertops, shelves, or dressers. You can lean them against the wall or get stands to support the artwork. Freestanding art is the easiest way to level up the look of your apartment without drilling any holes or hammering any pins.
Utility Storage Units
If you’re not happy with the amount of storage available in your apartment, look for stylish units that give an instant uplift to your home. Consider an over-the-toilet storage unit for your bathroom or a sleek, sliding spice cabinet for your kitchen. These units usually come at affordable rates and can be found online.
Create a feature wall as a focal point in one of your rooms. For example, use easy-to-remove Command hooks to hang up artworks, or display a group of personal photographs to give it a more intimate feel. Let this wall become the eye-grabbing feature in your home.
All in all, these renter-friendly decor ideas are sure to brighten up your living space. If you’d like to live at The Retreat at Seven Bridges, contact us today to find your ideal floor plan in our vibrant community.