Decorating an apartment often comes with it’s own set of issues. This can include plain walls that can’t be painted, flooring that is less than stellar, and limited square footage, just to name a few. Over the last few years, I’ve shared lots of tips on apartment decorating ideas that offer solutions for these decorating issues and more. This week, I’m highlighting a few of those posts. And since many apartments are also small spaces, I’ve included a couple of posts that I did on small space decorating and small space storage.
Best of Apartment Decorating Ideas
Living in an apartment can pose many decorating challenges. Even more so when your lease limits your options. Here are 10 landlord-friendly ways to make yourself at home and add your own special touches.
At first glance, apartments aren’t always the most welcoming spaces. But they don’t have to stay that way. Use these ideas as inspiration to help you create a space you love to call home.
Just because you’re limited to what you can change, doesn’t mean your rental can’t be stylish. These decorating tips and tricks will help you create a space that is a reflection of your personality.
There are lots of things you can do to add color to your space, even if the landlord won’t allow you to paint. Here are six creative ways you can bring in color without adding paint to the walls!
You can make the most of your space even if it’s not that large. Through the use of color, accessories, furniture placement and a few other decorating tricks, you can turn your small space into a fabulous space.
It’s possible to make those space-challenged rooms feel and live larger without knocking down any walls. Larger doesn’t mean better. Small rooms can be fabulous. These decorating tips will show you how.
It’s not the size of the space that makes a difference; it’s how you use it. These small space storage ideas will help you to make the most of the space you have and keep you organized.
No matter where you live or what size the space is, you can bring your own personal style to it and create a place that you love coming home to. What is the first thing you did to make your first place feel like home?