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If you're a renter who isn't allowed to paint, I'm with you. If you're too
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
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
As a renter, I've become obsessed with easy, yet impactful projects that do little damage (aka projects that will get me my
cabinets. But since that would be the last thing I'd want to do as a renter (who wants her deposit back), I've decided to live vicariously through How To
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As a renter, I love discovering projects that won't upset my landlord (or deposit) when moving out. What's great about
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
-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!
Back in 2007, renter and interior designer Grant K. Gibson offered his landlord a
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