Calling all rented home- and apartment-dwellers! You can live in the home of your dreams right now—all you need is a little creativity and some elbow grease. These DIY projects and clever hacks can dramatically transform your humble abode without costing you your security deposit. When it comes to the kitchen, many renters feel like they have no power in terms of making that specific space their own. I wanted to prove that you can turn a rented space into (almost) your dream kitchen while sticking to a tight budget AND keeping your landlord happy! Here’s an added bonus: you can take several of these upgrades with you to your next place, too.
Repurposing things you presently have and reinventing how you decorate your apartment is truly not that far out of reach. Much like repairing the damage, you might also be asked to clean your rental apartment prior to move-out moment. Maybe you can observe a different theme in every room or perhaps a constant theme throughout the spaces. When it regards small apartment decorating ideas on a budget. You may add extra lighting fixtures to the room to make it appear larger or simply use increased wattage bulbs in your present fixtures if at all possible. I know this sounds like a crazy one but hear me out.
As a fellow apartment renter, I completely understand the woes of wanting to decorate but having to deal with restrictions of your apartment lease. Decorating your rental home or apartment can be a challenge. How can you personalize your space and have cute apartment decor (or rental home decor), without upsetting the landlord and forfeiting your security deposit? No worries though! Just because you don’t technically own the place, doesn’t mean you can’t make it feel like your own!