completely protected from the elements. And this, my renter friends, is a fabulous opportunity to spread some holiday cheer. You can decorate an apartment door for Christmas in so many ways! Dress it up like
be custom shelving or even IKEA installations, a little (or a lot) of construction is needed. But what if you're a renter, and you can't make any permanent changes to your closet? Are you
and moving to new places. Whether you're a new renter, or you've signed a few leases in your day, the whole process of apartment hunting can be overwhelming. There are so many options to sift
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like to look at this little room as a blank canvas just waiting for some personal touches. If you're a renter living with a plain bathroom like this one, or maybe you
4. Remove Dated Window Treatments
I know a full flight of window
renter in me that loves how temporary it is. Whatever the case, it's a fact that I love vinyl. And it's a fact that I love to DIY, which is how this customized vinyl wall decal came to be.
the option to change things up again when you get tired of the print without damaging walls or making anything too permanent. This is a great option for renter-friendly DIYs too!
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As a renter, contact paper is my saving grace. Peel-and-stick contact paper (also called shelf liner) is
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6. Need to keep your walls nail-free? Try this renter-friendly How To