5 Renter Friendly Décor Tips For Apartments

When it comes to an apartment for rent, one of the biggest downsides would be the fact that you’re going to be limited on décor options. Most renters will not be able to drill holes, switch out fixtures, or even add paint to the wall. It’s aggravating since you’re paying to live in this space, yet, you’re not able to express freedom. So, what can be done about this?

Fortunately, there are some renter-friendly décor tips to make your home look gorgeous!

Rugs

Being an apartment dweller is tough. Fortunately, there are ways to beautify it! Rugs are a great way to give your home a new look, especially a rented space. Adding rugs to an apartment can make a room feel cozy and add texture, pattern, and warmth. Rugs can also be used to hide imperfections on your rental floor. 

Buying the right rug for your space is important. While some rugs are intended solely for use on the floor, other rugs are meant to be displayed as art. Rugs can be layered to create a significant shift in the look and feel of a room. Adding a large rug in the center of a room can create an inviting and grounded feel. It also provides a great anchor for your furniture.

Canvases

Whether you’re moving into a new rental or simply want to spruce up your current space, it’s best to know that there are many ways to decorate without damaging your walls or violating your lease. You can also do it on a budget! Adding art is a fun way to personalize your space. You can find flat artwork in a variety of styles, colors, and sizes. Using wall-safe adhesive strips, you can display your artwork on the walls Plus; command hooks are a major go-to!

Sconces

A lot of elegant homes offer lighting on the walls; it brings out hints of luxury. Using sconces as renter-friendly decor for apartments is something to be considered. These are surprisingly achievable nowadays too! A nice pair of lights can add dimension to any room. They may not be the most practical of fixtures to keep on hand, but they do the trick.

The best ones are battery-operated and can be found in any home improvement store. In the bedroom, the lights can be positioned next to the bed. They are best suited for low-light conditions like a late-night hangover. Similarly, the lights can be mounted above the vanity mirror or flanked by the vanity. So, there’s no need to drill holes or hire an electrician!

Command Hooks

One of the best ways to decorate the walls is with removable adhesive. This is a great way to make your apartment wall décor damage free. Command strips are adhesive strips that can be used to hang almost anything. They come in a variety of sizes and styles to suit your needs. They are also affordable and easy to use. You simply press the item you want to hang onto the adhesive strip and then pull the tab to remove the item. These are amazing, as different hooks can take on different weights!

Removable wall decals

Whether you’re moving into a new apartment or you’re just looking to freshen up your current space, renter-friendly wall decals can make a big difference. You can use them to add a pop of color, hang artwork, or decorate any smooth surface. They also won’t damage your walls. If you’re renting, you may have to be more cautious when decorating your space.

You may not be allowed to paint, drill holes, or use nails. However, you can decorate with renter-friendly wall decals that will come off easily when you move out. These wall decals come in all shapes and sizes and are perfect for adorning your walls. They’re made of high-quality vinyl, which is a strong, water-resistant material if you want a trendy backsplash, then this could be an option!

 

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14 thoughts on “5 Renter Friendly Décor Tips For Apartments

  • this is so smart, thank you

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  • If I had moved into in an apartment straight out of college, I would have used everything that’s on this list. But it’s not like I still can’t use it for my home since it is on the smaller size compared to most modern ones!

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  • These are all fabulous ideas! My son will most likely have an apartment so I need to keep these in mind.

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  • I’ve never used removable wall decals before. They’d be great to give a room a lovely new look. Rugs are great, I love them!!!

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  • Command hooks are great, but be careful with some budget paints renters like to use. It will peel it off.

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  • Love all these brilliant deco ideas for apartment, especially those enhance the space look. Cheers Siennylovesdrawing

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  • Command Hooks were our best friends when we were renting! We still use them now. My husband hates putting holes in walls.

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  • Wow! What a really wonderful and awesome ideas you have here! This is so perfect thanks for sharing this with us!

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  • I really need some more color for my apartment. These tips will help me a lot to make some changes!

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  • Being in a rental gives you limited options to decorate. Using removable hooks and decals are great ideas.

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  • These are such amazing tips for us renters ❤️. I love those command hooks! Easy to use and decor the house 😍.

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  • Love those pictures on the wall, they are simple, yet elegant.

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  • I love these ideas; they are so beautiful and elegant too. thanks for sharing this with us

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