Many aspects of a rental home are transformable, yet the rental bathroom tends to be a 'you-get-what-you-get-and-you-don't-get-upset' zone because there typically isn't a lot of literal or metaphorical wiggle room
Spa-Like Storage: Wake up feeling like you live in a spa with the help of simple, open shelving. Even in a standard rental bathroom, a wooden unit like this might make you crave fresh cucumber water and plush bathrobes. (via Design Sponge)
Just because you rent doesn’t mean you should be left out of all the home decorating fun. This is where semi-permanent—and inventive—solutions come in. These 11 design options prove that with a little creativity you can renovate and still be able to leave your rental exactly the way you found it the day you moved in.
“When we purchased our home 11 years ago, I was ecstatic about not having to share a sink with my husband,” shares Maria Gonalez of Graceful Order. “But when I saw the size of the sink [area], I knew I had to get creative!” With no space for a cabinet, Ma
19 Genius Apartment Decorating Ideas Made for Renters