Your rental kitchen can be fabulous and functional with our easy hacks
As though the never-ending list of mostly don’ts in a rental isn’t disappointing enough, the state of the kitchen in there is almost always a damp squib. And while one may get away with simpler fixes in the living areas of the home, the kitchen and the bathroom are by far, the toughest to fix or personalise. Since you aren’t allowed any alterations or permanent makeovers, we have put together a few easy hacks that will help you customise your kitchen to your needs and hide those hideous details.
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Storage can sometimes be an issue. Make up for the lack of storage with simple movable units. Metal ones with shelves or larder units with wheels are a great way to add more storage to suit your needs.
Printed vinyl is also a great way to add colour and pattern to your kitchen. If you have a drab backsplash, you can elevate it with a stick-on vinyl sheet, which can be removed before you move next.
Most apartment kitchens have a small but separate laundry area. You can use prints, art or greens to align it with your décor.
You can’t go wrong with colour. It’s one of the easiest, cheapest and surest ways of customising your kitchen. Instead of painting all walls, frame your kitchen by painting around the windows.
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