I am so excited to be taking part in the How To Decorate Series hosted by Beth at Home Stories A to Z!
25 fabulous bloggers are participating in this series, and I am honored to be bringing up the tail end...last the best of all the game. Lol! But seriously, if you want some amazing decorating inspiration, make sure and start at the beginning on Beth's blog and follow all the way through! If you've been following along, and are just joining me from my friend Brooke at All Things Thrifty, welcome! I'm glad to have you here!!
The problem with being the last post out of 25 amazing bloggers, is trying to come up with a topic that is fresh and that hasn't been addressed already. But then I got to thinking and decided that talking about how to make a rental (or any space for that matter) your own is the perfect topic.
For the past 5 years, I have been living in rental spaces. Two of them. One that I couldn't do anything to, and one that I have had the luxury of painting, but that I still couldn't change any of the major finishes in the space. Both have taught me some valuable lessons that I want to share.
|My current living room (in a rental space)|
Regardless of whether or not we rent or own, we do not always have the luxury of being able to change the things we aren't happy with. Whether it is because we are renting and can't change things contractually, or whether we own but can't afford to make the changes we want to make, we don't always have exactly the space we want.
So in this post, I want to address ways to make a space your own without making permanent or costly changes. It is possible!
Read more after the break....