I’ve seen some incredible rental transformations through the years — some packed with color and personality, some filled with plants, some decorated on a budget, and some that are just so undeniably unique to their renter, it’s inspiring.At this point, it’s no secret that painting your rental walls can have a dramatic effect on the overall vibe of the space, as can changing out the light fixtures or DIYing some custom shelving.
When my husband and I bought our house a few years ago, we didn’t really mind that it only had one bathroom. We could always add another one down the road, I reasoned. But, one thing I neglected to think about was the single bathroom’s functionality: It is tiny, and as a result, didn’t have a lot of storage space. So for the past three years, I’ve been finding creative ways to store our toiletries in a small space, without making it look cluttered.
Have you ever wondered how high you're supposed to hang your artwork on the wall? Or how far apart you should place your frames from one another? I didn’t know for many years until recently when I learned that there are actually guidelines for hanging art on the wall. Shall we dive in?
Can I just tell you how happy with this latest painting project I am! I have a very small eating area in my new place, so I got rid of ...