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Decorating a Rental

A rented space is a decorator's ultimate challenge: How can a home be personalized to suit a family if it's only temporary? In this charming makeover, fresh color and DIY accents are flawlessly coordinated to show how customized a rental home can really be.
  • Michelle Gonzalez

    Updated Dining Room -Natural light in the dining room highlights the dining table and hutch, mismatched pieces that the homeowner customized for a unified look. A collage of hanging plates gives the room an extra splash of color in a place that is often overlooked. Kanske borde placera matbordet vid fönstren och soffan på motsatt sida. Det är ju inte så smart att ha TVn nära ljus och matbordet där det är mörkt

  • Jessica Swan

    decorating a rental: kitchen

  • Cindy Acreman

    plate collection on the wall - plus the painted cabinet - amazing room in the making!

  • LMac

    Updated Dining Room: Collage of colorful plates

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