Renter Friendly Interior Design Ideas

Renter Friendly Interior Design Ideas

Inviting decor is the best way to transform your home. Here are some renter-friendly interior design ideas for your home.

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Inviting decor is the best way to transform any living space into a home. No matter your style, there are plenty of renter-friendly ways to transform any room into the space of your dreams. From lighting to colors, furniture to fabric, this post covers it all. Keep reading for five ways to spice up your living space in a way that will keep your landlords happy and your place feeling homier than ever.

Use Your Walls

It can be tricky to decorate walls. You don't want to hang anything that requires making holes, nor do you want to change paint colors or add wallpaper that can be permanent. Luckily, there are renter-friendly ways to get the same effect.

Temporary Wallpaper

Wallpaper is a great way to add a unique touch to any room. From bold colors to understated patterns, the world of wallpaper has something for everyone. Luckily, with the invention of temporary stick-on wallpaper, this decor choice is now available to renters. Wallpaper is an extremely versatile decorating tool- you can use it to create a bold accent wall in your living room, or cover your bedroom with a soft pattern that brings calm.

Gallery Wall

If you like hanging posters, prints, or works of art, creating a gallery wall could be a great option for your interior design. Not only is it a great focal point for any room, it gives visitors an instant sense of your personality and style. It's a great conversation starter during gatherings. No-damage wall hangers will be your friend if you go this route. Command hooks are safe for walls, and their adhesive is strong enough to hold even heavy pieces of art. 


Mirrors can help rooms feel bigger and brighter than they actually are. They're a great focal point for an entryway, or right above a sofa in a living room. In any room, a mirror can help add depth and character. They're also functional, especially in bedrooms where you and others will spend time getting ready.

Bring in Nature

Evidence shows that having plants indoors has a multitude of benefits. They can lead to a reduction in stress levels, better air quality, and higher productivity.  Not only that, they add a natural touch and a burst of gorgeous color to your interior. Invest in plants that grow well in your lighting and temperature conditions. Here are some of the most durable plant species to bring into your home:

  • Aloe Vera - not only is this plant beautiful to look at, it also is durable and will last indoors.
  • Fiddle-Leaf Fig - this is one of the most popular houseplants on Instagram, and for good reason. It's rich, broad green leaves are spectacular.
  • Snake Plant - this is the perfect species for anyone who doesn't have a green thumb. It doesn't require maintenance, and can grow to impressive heights.
  • Peace Lily - for those who like flowering plants, the Peace Lily is a perfect option. It's sophisticated white flowers can match any decor.

Create a Color Palette

There is nothing more pleasing to the eye than a well-paired color palette. Pick a scheme that suits your style, and weave it throughout every aspect of your home. This will bring a cohesive feel to your space, and make it feel sophisticated and well planned-out. The easiest way to bring in your color scheme is through soft furnishings. Match your pillowcases to colors in your rug, or to the tapestry you have on the wall. Use a similar pattern for your hand towels and shower curtain in the bathroom. In the bedroom, match your comforter and pillowcases with your wallpaper or wall art. Simple choices like these can make your entire home come together. 

You can also get decor inspiration from your neighbors. Connect with them through our app and learn how they designed their space to feel like home. Contact us to learn more.


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Paul Sanders

Paul Sanders is an author, coach, and founder of GetTheFriendsYouWant.com. He has been writing and coaching on loneliness, shyness, social skills, conversation, friendship, and social life since 2011. He helped thousands of people change their social lives.

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