Non permanent ways in which you can personalise and accessorize a rented home
Adding your style to a home you rent is a tricky task, we've got a few ideas of how you can achieve a more personal look without making permanent changes. If your property is unfurnished, this is easier as you choose what furnishing is going into your home. If not, you can try rugs, throws, bedding, lampshades and cushions to add a dash of colour. Pictures can be added to walls using products such as Command hanging strips, which can be easily applied with no need for tools and removed without leaving any damage such as holes or residue. Peel and stick wallpaper means you can add a feature wall to your space. This shouldn't cause damage your walls when you remove it as long as you read the instructions and your walls haven't been recently painted. There are peel and stick products that can cover unsightly furniture, tiles, cupboard doors and worktops. These items are also easily available from Amazon. Making it easier than ever to make significant changes to your home environment as a tenant, thanks to these great products.
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