By Stephaine Eberhardt. interior. Published at Friday, July 20th, 2018 - 04:08:39 AM.
Here's the No. 1 secret to keeping your security deposit safe and sound while still feeding an art addiction: You don't actually have to hang art on your walls to make sure it plays a prominent role in your design. When your ability to change the décor is limited. simply displaying the art can have the same effect without inflicting any damage.
How to Decorate Your Rental Walls (and Still Get Your Deposit Back)Here's how to decorate rental walls without forfeiting your deposit.Rentals can be tricky. On the one hand. you want to make the space feel like home while you're living there. On the other. you don't want to make it so homey you kiss your security deposit goodbye. In particular. choosing to decorate rental walls can feel like walking a fine line.
In this case. while one wall will probably add a bold punch of texture and visual interest. multiple walls run the risk of feeling too stark and overwhelming.Once properly installed. concrete easy to maintain.It's easy to maintain.More and more people are choosing to incorporate concrete in their interiors because it's a particularly easy material to maintain.
Concrete floors are a natural choice. They work particularly well in open concept applications and. when compared to many of the rustic-finished woods that also fit this aesthetic. they're an affordable alternative.If concrete floors aren't your thing. concrete walls are also a great way to make a style statement. However. you'll probably want to stick to a singular accent wall.