brilliant. And so, so obvious!
If you're a renter or just have a small nook or corner that you'd love to add a (non-permanent) pattern punch to, look no further
renter had a sad little sink with no personality, so he/she decided to cover it with a piece of plywood cut to fit over the entire top of the cabinet, sink and all, and
using Fabric by Brittni Mehlhoff for Curbly
-control expensive very quickly. So what's a mini-blind-loathing homeowner (or renter!) to do? Work with what you've got -- and make it better!
tiny studio apartment, it was a blank box of white walls and neutral parquet floors. As a renter, she wasn't able to add any actual architectural details for visual interest, so she faked the look by
to move out of their early 20th century walk-up apartment, absconded with all of the flat's period glass door knobs. In (somewhat) defense of the renter, s/he did replace them with standard metal
and leaving it stand for an hour? When you vacuum the salted spots, the carpet will have perked up considerably.
A great gift for the fledgling homeowner/renter/nest-leaver, “The Real
the windows from the floor, ceiling and corners
If you’re a renter:
Measure the space above your sink and counters. This will aid in maximizing your
Back in 2007, renter and interior designer Grant K. Gibson offered his landlord a
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hang smaller pictures without creating unnecessarily large holes in the wall. About HALF of all the stuff on my walls is held up with straight pins–and I’m not ever a renter! You will