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A Renters Guide To Home Renovation

A Renters Guide To Home Renovation

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Renting can be frustrating at times, especially when you feel like you need something to freshen up the home or give you a new lease on life. Renovating a rental property may not be possible in the traditional sense, but there are plenty of ways in which you can bring a fresh feel or look to your home. If you’re considering a rental renovation or want to know where to start, here is how you can get started.

Freshen Up The Furniture

Furniture is a fantastic way to add a little life back into any home and can really change the way you feel about a room or area of the home. A good accent piece is one of the best ways to do this with furniture, and there is no better option than a beautiful chest of drawers. Chests of drawers are usually larger pieces and often come in beautiful designs, which help change the entire vibe of a home. Whether you position them in the living room, dining room, a hallway, or even your bedroom, a chest of drawers can help an area of the home feel brand new. Try adorning them with further additions like mirrors, candles, or photographs to help accentuate the features even further.

Art Is Always Necessary

Art in any home is what can make or break the way someone feels about a certain room, space, or area in the home. Stark walls are a sticking point for any home and guests will certainly notice any lack of color, texture, or design in the home. As a renter, one of the best ways to renovate is by adding artwork to your home. Consider the design of the home, the period of the build, and look for pieces of art that complement those facets of the home. Look for color or texture in your art that can really make the room feel brand new again. Hanging things can be a little tricky sometimes, but landlords are usually ok if you ask for permission and there are also temporary solutions you can opt for. 

Find Your Green Thumb

Plants, flowers, or trees can be a fantastic way to renovate both indoors or outdoors as a renter. The greenery around the home not only looks beautiful, but it increases airflow, makes you happier, and adds a real point of difference. Outdoors you can opt for colorful arrangements that will make you want to spend every moment outside again. For indoor plant options, fiddle leaf plants are beautiful to the eye, and climbing vines can change the entire look and feel of a space. Whichever option you choose from, find the right position, the right look and you’ll be amazed at how you feel about that space in your home now. 

Rugs And Furnishings

As a renter, it can be hard to breathe new life into space if you can’t physically change the layout of a room or repaint the walls. Rugs and other furnishings, like throws or pillows are the perfect way to soften a room or make the area more appealing. Rugs are great for breaking up singular colors of carpets or floorboards, and pillows are a comfortable solution to change the look of a room. Finding the right option will make you feel very different about your home and have you spending a lot more time around the house.

Renting and renovating is not often used in the same conversation, with renters usually not allowed much in the way of freedom of change. Renovating isn’t impossible though, you just need to be a little more clever about your choices. If you’re renting and are looking for ways to renovate your space, consider these great tips to transform your home now.

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