Let’s be honest not everyone can own their own home (even though we all work towards this every day). Living in a rental these days means you have to be very smart when it comes to making it your own little haven without causing damage to the property and having to fork out money to the landlord. Here are 7 easy rental hacks and solutions to make any home feel like your own.
Not allowed to paint?
The solution is removable wallpaper!
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Lack of kitchen storage?
Use your fruit as decor for your kitchen by adding some hanging baskets, and display your cereal and pantry foods in pretty containers on your countertop!
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Too much carpet?
Layer in some rugs to add some character and change things up
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Add in your own plug-in pendants or scones
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Small or no outdoor space?
More easy rental hacks for you: Create a garden anywhere in your home by incorporating window boxes and planters as part of your indoor home decor wherever you have direct sunlight.
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No true entryway?
Use your walls to create a drop zone by adding floating shelves and wall hooks near the front door.
No dining room?
Use some space from your living room or kitchen space to create a cosy nook with a round table. Opt for ottoman seatings with built-in storage.
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