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21 Cheap And Easy Decorating Tricks For Renters

Your home doesn't deserve to be as boring as your landlord.

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2. Mix up the way you add plants to your home.

In addition to placing different plants on surfaces around your home, get creative with how you hang your plants. Change up the containers you use, from watering cans to lightbulbs. And aside from containers, use a variety of plants, especially tiny ones. You can see how to make cute and colorful party plant holders here.

3. If you can't paint your walls, add some color to your furniture.

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If you don't want to paint their entire piece, you can always accent parts with either spray paint or regular paint. When painting wooden furniture, make sure to 1) clean off any residue, 2) sand everything down, 3) prime it, 4) paint at least two coats with a foam roller, and 5) protect it. See more details here.

12. If you don't want to lean your artwork directly on the floor, then prop it up on a stand.

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This is a great trick for large artwork that may be too heavy to mount.

13. Invest in rolling and/or movable furniture.

Mobile furniture offers a lot of versatility for short-term rentals. You'll be able to use the same table or cart around your home for multiple purposes. See how to transform a shelving unit into a transportable one here.

18. Not only organize with trays, but decorate your walls with them.

The best part of hanging your plates/trays is that you'll have more storage space and you'll also be able to access your trays more easily. See how to do this here.

20. Go all out with your bed's headboard.

If you want to get real fancy, you can build your own geometric wooden headboard here. Or, try something as simple as outlining an imaginary headboard with twinkle lights.

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