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Renting your home doesn’t mean you can’t make it feel like it’s your own. You can still decorate it in a way that reflects your sense of style and unique personality!

Today, I’m sharing 10 renter-friendly ways you can decorate your walls, without damaging them, and still recoup your security deposit after moving out.

1. Hang your curtains up using command hooks

This way you won’t have to worry about punching a million holes in the wall when you use command hooks instead. Get the tutorial here.

2. Peel and stick vinyl wall decals

Even if you own your home, this is still a beautiful way to decorate your walls without hiring expensive painters.

3. Add floating corner shelves

You can show off your decorative pieces or create more storage space. Get the tutorial here.

4. Use wrapping paper as wallpaper

5. Hang oversized wall art

You’d be surprised how much space you can cover with an oversized piece of artwork. It’ll look great!

6. Use fabric as wallpaper

Here’s how.

7. Use washi tape to create an accent wall

Shop washi tape here.

8. Or use masking tape to create a patterned wall

9. Use contact paper on your kitchen walls, backsplash, or countertops

Shop contact paper here.

10. Create a gallery wall using floating shelves

This is another genius way to avoid drilling a bunch of holes into the wall. You’ll be able to put up as many photos as you’d like.

We all want to live in a space that reflects our personality and style. When you make these simple upgrades, it will completely transform the way you feel about your home!

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