We’ve all been there – you want to decorate, but you’re renting an apartment and can’t use anything that will stay forever. The next tenant may not have the same design styles as you, so in order to keep yourself (and your landlord) happy, try considering some non-permanent design changes for your apartment. These non-permanent changes will allow you to have the cozy, perfect décor to your liking for your stay in your new apartment.
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Wall Decals

Wall decals are a great choice for your temporary apartment. Some of the advantages of a wall decal are the wide variety of choices in design that they offer and the ease of applying and removing them. Simply purchase a decal, add it to your wall, enjoy it and take it down when you move out! Best of all, there won’t be any unnecessary nails, hammers, or marks on your wall when you’re done.

Removable Wallpaper

Yes, this does exist! If wall decals aren’t your thing, you can consider temporary wallpaper. Peel and stick wallpapers will allow for easy application and removal, just like a wall decal. You can purchase temporary wallpaper in a number of different places with a wide variety of styles and colors. Since painting is often not an option for renters, this is a great alternative. Plus – you get to avoid the hassle and effort of painting and repainting an entire room.

Temporary Wall Tiles

If you want to add some texture to your walls, you may want to also consider getting temporary wall tiles. These tiles are small and sized to be manageable for you to easily take up and down. Also – they won’t damage your walls! Temporary tiles come in a variety of styles and patterns so that you can get the perfect mixture of style and texture in your apartment.
Any of the above options are perfect for a temporary renter or someone who just can’t commit to one style! A combination of wall decals, removable wallpaper and temporary wall tiles can make any rental apartment feel like home sweet home.

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