People who spend more time indoors as the cold weather arrives in Fayetteville might look around and wish for an increased sense of home.
Here are six tenant-friendly decorating tips that will make your home more personal.
Order strips are great for decorating without leaving a bunch of holes to fill in later at the end of your lease. Whether you need a place to hang your bathrobe in the bathroom or a way to display paintings on a wall, the control strips make it easy to put on and take off. Command strips can be found in almost any store, from Walmart and Target to drugstores and grocery stores.
Paste and peel
Peel and Stick wallpaper helps add a pop of color to a paintless room. Would you like to have exposed bricks on a wall? This is possible with adhesive and peelable wallpaper. The adhesive and peelable contact paper can also help upgrade your regular countertop to look like marble or make your white cabinets look like dark wood. Many retailers sell various colors, prints and patterns online. including Amazon, Target, Hobby Lobby, Walmart, and Cost Plus World Market.
For easy application, a wallpaper smoothing kit is suggested to prevent air bubbles. You can find them for around $ 5.
Glue on the backsplash
Is your kitchen looking a bit bland? You can add a tasteful backsplash with adhesive tiles. They can cost as little as a dollar at the Dollar Tree.
Whether they’re in your bathroom at the back of your sink or behind your TV, adhesive LED lights add a warm vibe to your space. Some adhesive LED lights also have motion detectors, which work great in a hallway to help you see at night. The tapes are not expensive.
Shelf liners add a bit of color to a drab linen cabinet or kitchen cabinet. They come in a variety of prints, colors and patterns. They can be found in many retail stores, including Dollar Tree.
Some curtains add color to a room, but blackout curtains bring a calmer vibe to the early morning hours. They also make it easier to watch an afternoon movie without dazzling the TV. Blackout curtains can seem expensive because panels are often sold individually, but a panel can be sold for as little as $ 7. They can be purchased at a variety of stores including Walmart, Target, and Bed Bath and Beyond.
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