Temporary Decorating Solutions for Renters, Part 1

| March 22, 2013 | 5 Comments

Living in an apartment provides you with the unique opportunity to decorate your space using outside the box thinking. Temporary decorating solutions allow you to change your mind many times without breaking the bank. ForRent.com presents you with three ideas for Temporary Decorating Solutions for Renters. This part 1 post will show you how to enhance wherever you call home without the commitment.

Wall Decals
Wall decals are a popular choice for apartment dwellers because of the variety in designs and ease in removal. Try using blackboard decals or create your own DIY fabric wall decals that are budget friendly, easy to make and will not leave marks on your wall. Instantly add personality to express yourself using wall decals; Maybe walls do talk!

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Tile Tattoos
If you are stuck with distasteful backsplash, apply your favorite tile tattoo design to dress up and transform your plain and sterile tiles into something more personable and welcoming.

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Shelf Paper
Use removable adhesive shelf paper in your drawers to add detailing that will pleasantly surprise anyone who opens your drawers. Small details do make a difference!

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Temporary decorating solutions are perfect for renters because they require little commitment and are often difficult to detect any changes when removed. Regardless, it is wise to check your rental agreement or contract to review guidelines on apartment décor or call and ask before beginning any project. Stay tuned for Part 2 to get more temporary decorating solutions for your space.

Source: Homes.com, A Renters Guide to Temporary Improvements

Category: Decorating, Entertaining, & Dining

About Hyon Cho: Hello! I’m Jiney, a Social Media Coordinator for ForRent.com since January 2013 as well as a renter for the past few years. I want to provide you with interesting and useful articles that will help make your apartment life experience a lot better. When I’m not at work writing blogs or social media updates, you can assume I’m within 10 ft of a computer surfing the Internet for funny clips and music on YouTube, watching streams, or shopping online!

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  1. katie says:

    Love all of these suggestions! I love transforming my space with vinyl!

  2. The suggestions are great! Just need the cash to do the transformaton.

  3. Lauren says:

    Great ideas, for me I’m a big fan of wall decals as they look nice and they’re easier to put up and take down when you move out.

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