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Home Decor-Decorative items for homes and rented spaces

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01/ 9Home Decor-Decorative items for homes and rented spaces

Whether you’ve recently moved into your first home or rented an apartment in a new location, a small budget can be a disincentive to purchasing high-end decor or furnishings. Even though buying accessories to enhance your interior design may be out of reach, there are still some tips that can make your apartment look more neat and without the need for a big budget. Having a beautiful and welcoming home is more about decorating craftsmanship than cash. Here are 5 home decor essentials that are perfect for rental homes.

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02/ 9Fill your space with plants

Adding plants to your space is incredibly easy. The proven formula of just adding a live plant or two will make any room look more finished and comfortable. Opt for low-maintenance plants such as succulents, cacti or philodendrons on a side table or nightstand and you will leave the impression of impeccable taste.

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03/ 9Add a bookcase and style it as a decorative piece

Even if the only books you have are paperbacks and old college textbooks, you can still organize everything so that it looks put together. Get a metallic bookcase and style it like a pro by organizing your books both horizontally and vertically and adding accessories like keepsakes and plants to it.

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04/ 9Improve your lighting

Adding any form of decorative lighting will completely transform your space. While fairy lights are the simpler options, they can take a bit of a teenage years as well. Go for chic table lamps or pendant lights that add warm light to your living space. Instead of buying a new piece, you can also visit a street market to get a fancy lamp in your house.

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05/ 9Add framed art to the walls

Whether it’s an industrial grid or a paperweight, find a creative way to hang art on your walls to bring it to life. Framing art would be the best way to show off your creative interests and you can also DIY doodles and have them framed for your wall. There are many other ways to decorate the walls in your home, such as ceramic plates, upholstery, and fabrics, as well as industrial metal objects.

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06/ 9Hang tasteful curtains

Curtains are that inherent furnishing element that completely changes the look of any room. Whether it’s shower curtains or window curtains in your bedroom for extra privacy, choose a style and fabric you like to make the rented place feel right at home.

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07/ 9Use pretty bath accessories

Leaving dish soap and hand soap in its original packaging adds visual clutter to your counters and sink, and also tends to look sticky. Add shine to your kitchen and bathroom sinks by pouring soap into pretty soap bottles and dispensers.

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08/ 9Add cushions and pillows

One of the fastest ways to give your room a neat look is to use throw pillows. Wise choices can help you camouflage an ugly sofa or headboard, or just add warmth, color and style to a simple bedroom. Mixing and matching patterned cushions based on a color or aesthetic will create a more harmonious look, but you can always go for a completely eclectic mix for a quirky Gypsy or Indian look.

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09/ 9Matching glasses and coffee mugs

Mismatched glasses and coffee mugs can look eclectic and cool if collected with a certain aesthetic in mind and displayed intentionally. Most of the time, the mugs and glasses collected over the years just look messy and outdated. Throw away or donate your old collection of mugs and mugs and purchase a new set to advance your kitchen essentials.

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DISCLAIMER: Journalists from The Times of India were not involved in the production of this article.

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