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How To Decorate Your Temporary Home On A Budget

How To Decorate Your Temporary Home On A Budget

Posted by Teresa VB on Oct 04, 2018

Nuwallpaper™ Dandelion Peel And Stick Wallpaper in GreyMoving to a temporary apartment or rental home can be frustrating for those who love to decorate and personalize their own home. However, with a few tips and tricks for decorating you can have just as much décor and style in a temporary apartment/home as you can in a more permanent residence.

Take a look at some of these tips and tricks for decorating your space:

<< Fake or Fabric Wallpaper

These days you do not need to paint the walls to add style to a room, you just need some fake wallpaper. You can get a myriad of styles, colors, and designs that simply peel and stick – which you can remove with no damage before you move again. You could even use fabric and starch as a wallpaper substitute. Choose any fabric that suits your fancy then use water and starch to apply it – this is especially handy because when you move you simply peel off the fabric and you can use it again. This process won't leave marks or stains on the walls either.

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Vinyl Wall Decals >>

Add the perfect accent to a wall with affordable vinyl wall decals. You can add animals, stars, flowers, your favorite quote and so much more! Need a cute lion for the nursery? add a decal. Need a loving saying to go over your bed? use a wall decal. Whatever your wall decorating needs, there is a wall decal to fill it!

Faux Fancy Countertops

Do the countertops look a little worn? Or maybe they are just a color you don't like? You can actually use fake granite countertops that peel and stick onto your counters. The best part is you can peel them right off again before you move.

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<< Utilize Curtains, Wall Dividers, and Screens

Add a pop of color, some elegant décor, as well as a space divider by utilizing things like curtains, wall dividers, and Japanese screens.