This Christmas, 12.8m Brits will avoid inviting friends and relatives into their homes because they’re embarrassed of shabby interiors. If your tenancy agreement restricts you from decorating and you’re feeling a little shy about hosting at your place, or you just want some festive decoration inspiration on a budget, this board by interiors blogger Fifi McGee will help!
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Interior ideas for renters who can't paint or wallpaper their walls!
We’ve all been there, we’ve moved into a new place and the walls are just not our cup of tea. Whether they’re too plain, too bright or (worse) too stained and scuffed, fabric wallpaper may be your interior saviour!
Temporary and removable decorating ideas to keep landlords happy: no paint or holes.
Paper bunting is so old school, to really up your interior crafting game you need to try a paper flower garland. Yes, this stunning cascade of flowers is made from paper!
Replacing major fittings such as a bathroom suite, carpet or kitchen can be costly or even near-impossible if you rent a property. Fear not, we have some interior upgrades to help you fall in love with your home brought to you by interior experts. Say goodbye to your kitchen stuck in a time warp! #rentalfakeovers