If you would love to wake up each morning in a beautifully decorated bedroom which will instantly put you in a good mood, it’s well worth continuing reading to discover how you can create your dream bedroom as a tenant.
How you can decorate and create your dream bedroom even as a tenant:
- Consider replacing the curtains in your bedroom
One way to instantly change the look of your bedroom is to ask your landlord if you can replace the curtains in your master bedroom. As an example, for a luxurious feel, you may want to replace the current curtains in your room with luxurious velvet curtains in a dark hue such as navy.
Most landlords won’t have any problem with tenants putting up new curtains as curtains can be easily taken down and replaced. So as long as you keep the original curtains which were hung up when you first moved into your current rental property, you won’t have a problem as you can always switch the curtains back when you decide to move out.
- Upgrade your furniture
As a tenant, nothing is stopping you from placing a brand new wardrobe, vanity and work desk in your rental property. So if you want to transform your average bedroom into the bedroom of your dreams, it’s well worth taking a walk around your local furniture stores to see if any pieces take your fancy.
Alternatively, if you’re on a budget, you may want to visit a thrift store to see whether or not there are any hidden gems to be found. If you don’t find any furniture pieces which you’d like to take home, consider giving your old pieces of furniture a new lease on life by painting them a new color. It is also advisable that even as a tenant you’ll want to protect your belongings with proper insurance options. HomeLet protects both you and your property.
- Place accent pieces around your bedroom
Another way to turn your current bedroom into your dream bedroom is to place carefully chosen decorations from around your bedroom. As an example, if you place a bronze or gold ornament and a vase filled with flowers on a desk in your bedroom, your bedroom will instantly look more glamorous.
Also, make sure to add a touch of style to your bed by placing a few decorative throw cushions on your bed and draping a mink or faux fur blanket over the edge of your bed.
- Display a few pieces of art around your bedroom
As long as you don’t hammer any nails into the walls of the house you’re renting, your landlord should be okay with you decorating your bedroom with a few statement pieces of art.
Even if you don’t want to spend a small fortune on art pieces and are saving up for a house deposit, you should be able to pick up pieces of art from up and coming local artists at a reasonable price. Alternatively, prints of fine art are also widely available.
So if you’d love to live in your dream bedroom, there’s no reason why you should wait till you purchase your first home in order to create your dream bedroom. You can also checkout https://homelet.co.uk/news/article/my-dream-bedroom-challenge for creative ideas and inspiration from others!