3 Ways to Refresh Your Rental Space
Good news: Living in a rental property doesn’t mean you have to put your decor dreams on hold. Even if the space isn’t going to be yours forever, it’s still important to have a place that looks and feels like your own. Luckily, there are quick and easy upgrades you can make to overhaul your area… without losing that security deposit in the process. Things like laying down a trendy rug or adding a fun set of curtains can make all the difference, so in this week’s Decor Resolutions, we’re giving you more ideas on how to refresh your rental kitchen, living room, and bedroom. Keep scrolling to see them all — and happy decorating!
FOR A rental kitchen
From top to bottom: I Love Living Tabouret White Metal Counter Stools ($106), Design Within Reach Dotty Clock ($150), Juliska Broadband Napkin ($20), West Elm Faux Snake Plant ($39), Threshold Cool Floral Kitchen Rug ($15)
FOR A rental living room
From top to bottom: Article Echo Sofa ($899), H&M Throw With Sequins ($70), Paddywax Celestial Rosé & Stardust Yellow Glass Candle ($32), Lulu & Georgia Bree Madden Golden Palms Print ($80), The Container Store Acrylic Paper Tray ($23)
FOR A Rental bedroom
From top to bottom: Deny Designs Zoe Wodarz ZigZagZig Comforter ($220), Essentials Javana Toss Pillow ($34), LAFCO Marine Bathroom Diffuser ($115), Umbra Prisma Photo Frame ($10+), IKEA Maskros Pendant Lamp ($90)
Which rental room are you loving? Head on over to Pinterest for more decorating ideas.
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