Today, we’re excited to share an updated list of renter-friendly DIY’s with you. We’re going to focus on the important things, like minimizing nails in the wall, using color and texture to maximize your space, and more. Let’s get to it!
Hang Wall Decor with Command Strips or Hooks.
Command Strips and hooks are the besssst. They range from a 3-8 lb. weight limit. Perfect for renters (and homeowners!).
One of the most cost-effective ways to add a large art print to your space? Engineer prints. Have your favorite photo printed at your local Staples or online at Parobo Press. Want to make your own frame? Click here for an easy solution.
If you can’t paint your walls, add a large statement weaving instead. Emma’s faux weaving DIY is so easy to make.
Mirrors can make a room appear larger. I love how these copper and wood mirrors only require a few supplies—and steps.Prop a colorful framed print like this one on a mantle or table instead of hanging it on the wall.If you don’t have enough space for a family gallery wall, make a mini version with ALL the photos. Looking for more ideas? Here’s some other ways Elsie displays her family photos.
A photo that doubles as a giant dry erase board? Such a cute idea for a kids room.
What did we do before removable wallpaper was a thing? It’s a fun, versatile way to add personality to your space. Click here for 8 ways to use removable wallpaper in virtually any room in your home, like on a nightstand.
If you don’t want to go the removable wallpaper route, design your own bookshelf lining.
Washi tape! Get creative and add it to a doorway or wall.
Keep household items and pretty things like jewelry and makeup brushes organized without taking up drawer or closet space.
Where should you keep your mail and magazines? In a cute magnetic holder on the fridge.I love how Laura stores her makeup brushes and photos in her bathroom. No more cluttered cabinets, and a fun photo display idea.
Personalize Your Space.
Apartments and rentals don’t have to be plain with beige walls and carpet. Make it your own!
Make crepe flower garland and string it across a fireplace or window. Looks like the real thing!Another way to add personality to a bathroom? A bold shower curtain. I love this one Emma made a few years ago. If you’re looking for another option, Elsie’s macrame fringe curtain is so delicate and pretty. No sewing required!