I’ve had wallpaper on the brain…and in my hands, on my furniture, and on my walls…lately! I love working with wallpaper in unexpected ways, as well as figuring out creative ways to get the wallpaper look without the hassle and permanence of the real deal! For all of you who love the look of wallpaper …
Of all the products we post on Apartment Therapy, the renter-friendly ones are almost always a hit. Things like temporary wallpaper, removable window film, peel-and-stick decals, and flooring coverups make it a little easier to live well in a less-than-perfect rental apartment.
15 DIY Projects to make your home look more expensive. My whole motto is to decorate on a dime but make my home look like I spend thousands. As a renter, I believe you shouldn't spend too much to decorate your space. Learn how you can also tackle some classy DIY projects I found from other fabulous bloggers to make your home the best it can be.
$98.00 renter's wallpaper -Water-based vinyl-coated temporary wallpaper -One double roll of wallpaper (20.5" x 33') -Covers 56.37 square feet -Peel-and-stick backing allows for easy application, repositioning, and removal -Recommended for walls primed and painted with an eggshell or satin finish