There may be limits on your square footage. There may be limits on your rental lease—you can’t paint, you can’t add on pony stables or a built-in bouncehouse—but that doesn’t mean there are limits on you. You’re still creative and wise on the decoration ideas. You still want to make the place all your own. Whether it’s your first apartment or a new place, these are ideas that work for renters. And when it’s time to move, you can pack it all up and make it work again in your new space. Because you’re sensible like that.
By using mirrors as your starting point on become wise and creative on you decoration ideas could create the illusion of space and light with one strategically placed mirror. You can try on adding overhead lighting which is could make either not that bright or interrogation-room bright. For functional and flattering light, add lamps in varying heights. Even easier: Hang a few paper lanterns. Apartment carpet runs the gamut from gray to, um, beige. But you can invest in a soft, tufted rug to layer on carpet or wood. It adds warmth, covers mystery spots and muffles sound.
Try some woods on the creative art of decoration ideas. By creating your own architectural details with carved wood panels or dimensional wall hangings. Can’t use nails? Peel-and-stick wall appliques are cute, fun and leave no marks. On the office area you might have classes or contract work, or crafts to make or a book to write. With a desk and a few special, multitasking pieces, you can create a workspace without a lot of space. If you don’t have built-in shelves in office room, to personalize some basic bookcases, you could covered the back of the shelves with tan and white faux bois wrapping paper from Paper Source manufactures.
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