I love Pinterest!! It is one of my go-to places for inspiration. And today I wanted to share some pins I've collected that offer some great ideas for renter decor...and what I mean by that is that these ideas are both easily implemented and easily reversed when a rental contract ends. (Of course these ideas are fabulous for home owners as well.)
I love the idea of replacing standard mirrors with unique ones. And these "his and hers" versions are both unique and fun!
Adding texture to furniture - like the grass cloth on this media console - is a great way to make a space unique and personal.
Thinking outside the box with decor items - like these plates that wrap around a corner wall rather than a more traditional display - gives a space a custom feel.
You can create interest in a space even when you can't paint by adding curtains with a bold pattern such as these orange stripes.
Oversize art is a great way to camouflage builder beige walls.
Create the look of built-ins by adding trim to store-bought bookcases.
Light fixtures can be easily switched out and are a quick way to personalize a space.
Flea market letters are a fun way to add personalization to a space.
A bold statement piece such as this uniquely upholstered armchair easily creates a focal point in a room!
This idea of adding chain nailhead trim to cabinetry is sheer genius!
Leaning mirrors such as this one create architectural interest and visually enlarge a space at the same time.
One of the simplest ways to bring color into a space is by adding throw pillows.
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