Freshly Squeezed

Freshly Squeezed: Part 2 of 3, Design ideas for your rental flat or small space

Freshly Squeezed Interior Design Ideas from The Unexpected Chic

Welcome to Part 2 of ideas for rentals, flats and small spaces! Find Part 1 here. Or skip to Part 3 here! We’re playing with fabrics today, looking at how you can add some personality to the typical rental house with white walls and very neutral furniture. Read on and feast your eyes on these beauties…

Adding personality to a rented home with fabrics on The Unexpected Chic

{image sources: apartmenttherapy.com, decor8blog.com}

Temporary headboards are also a great way to add personality to your bedroom without damaging the walls or buying a lot of new furniture. Perhaps you have an ugly bed provided by your landlord – functional but not very personal! Add one of these cool headboards (many of them DIY and super cheap!) to jazz up the space with some very removable but high-impact colour, pattern and texture.

Temporary headboard ideas for rented homes from The Unexpected Chic

{image sources: housetweaking.com, randomitus.tumblr.com, google images, kikicreates.blogspot.com, apartmenttherapy.com}

Stay tuned for Part 3 tomorrow, with some more great ideas involving sophisticated wall stickers, temporary wallpaper and statement lighting!

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2 thoughts on “Freshly Squeezed: Part 2 of 3, Design ideas for your rental flat or small space

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