Interior design expert and student Emily May shares what to do if you rent a property and you want to re-vamp a small child’s bedroom if budget is scarce.
Here’s the before shot so you can see the transformation!
Simply give the walls a fresh lick of paint – if the walls are already white then this can’t do any harm to the property if you rent. You could even ask your landlord if he has any paint to spare. This will no doubt freshen up any room.
Add fairy lights to create a sense of cosy-ness to the room. Not On The High Street have an awesome selection!
Here are the room accents to really transform this room in to a baby sanctuary – great for getting a little one off to sleep;
A garland can add personality – a personalised one is even better. Yellowbird Interiors is a great source of a custom made garland and can be hand painted in a custom colour of your choice.
And voila! – a simple lick of paint and some removable accents make this room much more tranquil and is easy to reverse when you leave the property!
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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!
Lighting can truly transform the look and feel of a room. Whether it’s a well-placed lamp, atmospheric fairy lights or a statement lampshade, there’s a huge range of tweaks and changes you can easily make to give your space a refresh.