Apartment Interior Designs — April 12, 2011 at 9:29 am

Decorate Your Rented Apartment


Decorating Your Rented Apartment

Decorating Your Rented Apartment

If you are living in a rented apartment you are not very free to make major modifications to the house as you cannot remodel the house to your satisfaction. But there are many things you can do. What you cannot do is to repaint the walls to a color of your choosing, you cannot change the flooring pattern, material or style. You cannot have the lighting fixed to suit your needs. True this does indeed tries to put off anybody who wants to style and nice and attractive interior for their living space.

But hold on – there are so many things you can do. True you cannot change the wall color, but you can change the color of your fabric to suit the wall color can’t you? You can change the color and pattern of your sofa covers, your table cloth, you door and window curtains to blend in neatly and elegantly with the colors of the walls. And then if you still think the walls do look rather insipid get some electrifying canvas wall art with an abstract theme. You are going to see an immediately make over once you do this. No one will even remember the color of your walls if the focal point you intended and displayed was an amazing piece of art.

What about the floor? What can you do about it? The solution is again very simple – rugs or carpets. These can bring in a sea change. You can choose carpets that cover the entire floor or small rugs for a specific area. You can also create magic by the right choice of furniture and placing them right. Add in some object of art that are unique and attractive. Now nobody is going to pay attention either to your wall colors or the flooring.

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