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How to Reorganize and Redecorate Your Rented Home

How to Reorganize and Redecorate Your Rented Home

One of the best parts about renting is that you can always pick up and move if you decide you don’t like your living situation. But what if you love your rental, and it’s just not working for you anymore? Or what if you’re stuck in a lease, but your needs have changed? Maybe you’ve started working from home, or you’ve recently had a baby. Don’t fret – BedVoyage will show you how to reorganize and redecorate your rented home, so that it better accommodates your current needs and allows you to live comfortably!

BedVoyage welcomes our guest blogger Suzie Wilson from HappierHome.net!

Shop the Rental Market

First of all, if you realize that there’s simply no way to make your current home fit your needs (no matter how many changes you make), you’ll need to understand how to research new rental homes. Whether your goal is to rent a house, apartment, or condo, make sure you use the right listing sites. These sites allow you to filter your home search by price, layout, amenities, and other factors.

Work With What You Have

Before you start shopping for new furniture or hiring a contractor to make changes to your rental, take stock of what you already have. Can pieces be rearranged to create a more functional space? If you work from home, can you create a dedicated work area by utilizing a spare bedroom or setting up a desk in the corner of your living room? If you entertain often, are there ways to better utilize your existing furniture to create more seating or storage?

You might be surprised by how many household items you can repurpose. A spare dresser can be used as a TV stand, coffee table, or entryway table. A bookshelf can become a bar cart. Ottomans and poufs can double as extra seating or coffee tables. Get creative and see what you can do with the pieces in your home.

Shop Secondhand

If you do need to purchase new furniture, try shopping secondhand first. There are many great benefits to buying used furniture — it’s usually more affordable, it’s better for the environment, and it often has more character than new pieces.

Start by checking out local consignment shops, thrift stores, and online marketplaces like Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace. You can find top-quality furniture secondhand. And if you don’t see exactly what you’re looking for, you can always refinish or repaint used furniture to give it new life.

Make Small Changes That Make a Big Difference

You don’t need to make major changes to your rented home to improve your living space. Sometimes, small updates and improvements can make the biggest difference. Here are six ideas to get you started:

1. Rearrange your furniture. This is an easy way to change the look and feel of your living space. You can also use this opportunity to create more functional spaces. For example, if you have a home office, arrange your furniture to promote productivity and minimize distractions.

2. Update your window treatments. New curtains or blinds can brighten up any room and make it feel more inviting.

3. Paint your walls. If you’re allowed to paint, a fresh coat of paint can transform any room. Choose colors that make you happy and create the atmosphere you want in your home.

4. Accessorize your space. Add some new throw pillows, artwork, or plants to freshen up your living space.

5. Organize your belongings. This is a great opportunity to declutter and eliminate anything you don’t need or use. A more organized home will feel more spacious and inviting.

6. Invest in new bedding. You need your bedroom to be a comfortable and relaxing oasis, and purchasing new bedding is a simple way to make that happen. BedVoyage offers premium bamboo duvet covers, bamboo coverlets, bamboo bed sheets, shams, and more!

Give Your Office Some TLC

Working from home can be an excellent way to save time and money, but it can also be tough to stay productive when you’re not in an office setting. One way to boost your productivity is to make your home office as comfortable and functional as possible. Here are a few tips for doing just that:

Upgrade Your Lighting

One of the most important things to consider when designing a home office is lighting. You want to be sure to have plenty of light so you can see what you’re doing, but you also don’t want the light to be too bright or harsh. Consider upgrading your light fixtures or adding floor or table lamps.

Invest in an Ergonomic Chair

If you spend a lot of time in your home office, it’s essential to invest in an ergonomic chair. An ergonomic chair will help you stay comfortable while helping you avoid pain and discomfort in your neck, back, or arms.

Redecorate Your Rented Home To Suit Your Needs

Your home office should be a space that inspires productivity and creativity. When learning how to reorganize and redecorate your rented home, consider redecorating your office to better suit your needs. Maybe add a few plants for some extra greenery, or hang some motivational posters on the wall. Just be sure not to overcrowd your space; you want to be able to work comfortably without feeling cramped or overwhelmed.

Get Creative With Wall Space

There are still plenty of ways to personalize your space if you’re not allowed to paint or make any permanent changes to your rental. For example, you can:


* Hang pictures, tapestries, or curtains.

* Put shelving on bare walls.

* Get creative with wall decals or temporary wallpaper.

* Use washi tape to create designs or make a statement.

* Lean art or mirrors against the wall.

The ultimate goal is to make your rental feel like home. And you might be surprised at how many different tricks you can use to accomplish that without risking your security deposit!

Incorporate Plants and Greenery

One simple way to spruce up any space is by adding plants. Not only do plants add color and life to a room, but they also purify the air. If you don’t have a green thumb, opt for fake plants that require no maintenance. Or try some easy-to-care-for options like succulents, cacti, or bamboo.

Wrapping Up

There’s no shortage of ways to make your rental feel like home without making any permanent changes (or breaking the bank). You can turn the drabbest rental into a cozy and inviting home by getting creative with the furniture and decor you already have, upgrading your office, personalizing your space, and implementing some of the other ideas above. And remember to research online listings if you need to find a new place to live!

Thank you for learning how to reorganize and redecorate your rented home. Would you like to read more helpful content or learn about our luxury bamboo bedding? Visit BedVoyage.com today!

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