Yes, it’s possible to hang up a gallery wall without making 10,000 holes in your wall.
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Apply some peel-and-stick wallpaper to create a bold statement wall in your living room or bedroom without having to paint. It’s also easily removable for move-out day.
Or stick this removable botanical wallpaper to the walls of your closet to make you feel like you’re shopping at a fancy designer store every time you get dressed.
If you want to modernize your kitchen in a renter-friendly way, try out some peel-and-stick subway tile backsplash. Your kitchen will look more streamlined, and people will think you hired a professional to do it.
Add a fun pop of color with these book sets that you can request in whatever color you want. These are actual repurposed books, which means you’ll be giving old, forgotten novels a new, pretty purpose as they brighten up your shelves.
And to make your bookshelves even more colorful, place this set of geode bookends around your favorite books so visitors will be sure to notice how well-read you are.
If you’re looking to tidy up all the cords in your house, you can easily hide your bulky router in a binder and place it on your bookshelf.
Show off your favorite art or some family photos with a guided gallery wall kit that includes seven frames, a hanging template, and hardware. The accuracy of the template ensures you’ll only have to make one hole in the wall for each frame — much easier to fill in when you move.
Then, utilize this picture-hanging tool when you actually start hanging up your frames. It comes equipped with a tape measure, a level, and two sliding points so you can easily mark the exact spots you’ll need to hammer in the nails. Finally — something that takes the stress out of making sure everything is level and even on your walls!
And if you do end up with lots of small holes in your wall, cover them up with this drywall repair putty that you apply in a small circular motion — no spackling or sanding down necessary.
Or, put down the nail and hammer and instead start embracing Command picture hanging strips that are not only super strong but can also be removed easily without damaging the wall. Go ahead and hang up that huge canvas that’s currently sitting on the floor — four pairs of strips can hold up to 16 pounds!
Speaking of hanging up pictures, download these 10 neutral and abstract art prints and place them in your frames to instantly make your space look more grown-up and put-together in a budget-friendly way.
Install a curtain rod without any hardware when you use a set of NoNo Brackets. They easily mount to your existing blinds, and all you have to do is place the rod into the rounded space. Genius!
Using those NoNo brackets we just mentioned, hang up these blackout velvet curtains that are as beautiful as they are functional. Now you’ll finally be able to sleep in on the weekends without the sun streaming in and waking you up at 6 a.m.
Place a colorful area rug to breathe new life into your living room in an instant. If you feel like your apartment is missing something, chances are this area rug is the finishing touch you’re looking for.
Create more counter space with this wooden stove top cover. If you’re constantly moving things around on your kitchen counters just to carve out some space to chop your veggies, this will make your life so much easier.
Remodel your less-than-charming kitchen tiles with these adhesive floor tiles that are water-resistant and washable. It’ll make your kitchen look so much more attractive!
Create a sophisticated corner in your apartment with this bar cart that has so much space for all your bottles, drinkware, and even some decorative items. The black bars and faux white marble look so great in person, no one will ever believe the price you paid for it!
Give your bathroom some personality with this abstract and artsy shower curtain — you deserve to be surrounded by beauty even when you’re scrubbing your pits in the morning!
Set up these velvet mid-century lounge chairs in an empty corner or behind your couch to create a perfect sitting nook that looks straight out of an expertly designed hotel lobby.
Decant all your hair and body products into these sleek soap dispensers so the inside of your shower looks streamlined, polished, and aesthetically pleasing. Plus: now you’ll know exactly when you’re about to run out of shampoo!
Invest in some new linens and plush pillows, and read up on interior design diagrams to figure out how to configure all your new bedding. It’s a low-effort hack that will up the elegance of your apartment straight away.
Apply this window film to create a stained-glass effect that will cast beautiful rainbow light all around your apartment. They stay on your window thanks to static cling, which makes them easy to remove or move around.
Make a statement with this beautiful rounded decal that can easily take the place of a headboard. It’ll look like you painted it yourself when, in reality, you just stuck it on your wall. Don’t worry — your secret is safe with us!
Install interlocking Teak tiles in your patio, balcony, or backyard to make your little slice of the outdoors look like a fancy courtyard. Don’t have any outdoor space? You can put them at the bottom of your shower — instant spa status!
Instantly make your space feel more intimate and welcoming with an LED twinkle light curtain — it gives off a cozy glow that’ll make you want to curl up under a blanket with a good book and a cup of tea.
To add more greenery to your space, suspend a rod across your cabinets so you can hang plants without having to drill holes into your ceiling, which both your landlord and your upstairs neighbor will appreciate.
Use these stick-on lights any place you want some better lighting — and you don’t even have to worry about outlets or electrical wiring! It’s such a simple yet effective upgrade to your kitchen, closet, bathroom, or anywhere else you plan to put them.
If you’re lucky enough to have a bathtub in your apartment, place this adjustable bathtub caddy in it so you can transform your bathroom into a luxurious oasis where you can soak all your worries away.
Place an electric wax melter in your bedroom if you’re a forgetful person and can’t trust yourself around an open flame. After all, you won’t be getting that deposit back if your candle catches something on fire!
Display a bouquet of “forever” flowers so you never have to remember to pick up fresh ones at the grocery store every week. Each handmade bouquet is made from dried flowers and is completely one of a kind, making it a beautifully unique piece of decor everyone will be asking you about.
Use a roll of faux-marble contact paper to give your sad, old-looking counters a much-needed facelift. You can also use this to transform simple pieces of furniture into more interesting pieces.
Attach a plug-in wall sconce to your wall so you can get a stylish light fixture right by your bed — no electrical work necessary. Not only will it make your room feel fancier, but it’ll also free up your bedside table for more decor.
Line your windows or walls with some fake vines to make you feel like you’re living in a lush garden, even if your tiny studio barely gets enough sunlight to keep a succulent alive.
Prop up a full-length mirror that comes with a kickstand in a corner so you don’t have to drill lots of holes or anchors into your wall to keep it hanging up.
Hang a eucalyptus shower bunch around your showerhead so you can instantly feel like you’re showering in a spa. Plus: it’s a great way to add some color if you have a mostly stark-white bathroom.
Dress up your entryway with this organizer to create a perfect place for hanging up your bags and shoes when you come in at the end of a long day. The best part? You don’t have to drill any holes into the wall!
Hang up an adjustable closet rod to instantly add another layer of hanging space. Many apartments, especially in big cities, have notoriously small closets, and this is a great way to maximize the precious storage space you have!
Add more storage space to your tiny bathroom with this over-the-toilet organizer with plenty of room to hold all your essentials, candles, and a roll or two of toilet paper.
Spice up your light switches with these metallic switch covers for a much more sophisticated and modern feel. Just remember to swap in the original switches whenever you move out!
Liven up bare counters or shelves with a decorative tray like this vintage-inspired mirrored one with serious Pride & Prejudice vibes. They’re very lightweight, so you could also hang them up on your wall using Command tape.
Time to start upgrading your apartment with the comfort that you’ll still be getting a big fat check back when you move out!
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