A rental home can be a delicate situation. You want your home to feel as homey as possible while you’re living there. But, on the other hand, you can really renovate your rental home. Therefore, if you want to get your deposit back, the amount of personalization you can do will have its limits.
With that in mind, let us help you find the perfect compromise. We’ve put together a list of ways to help you infuse your sense of style into your rental kitchen. Take a look at these suggestions and pick the ones that make the most sense for you. With any luck, you’ll have the kitchen feeling like your own in no time at all.
If You can’t make a major renovation, so change what you can change and have a big impact. Hence, a furniture can make a big impact in your kitchen, Because it can add some visual interest into your design, make a bold statement, and can become a focal point too.
If, however, those hues don’t quite fit in with your aesthetic, there is a subtler route that you can take. Play around with shape. Rather than sticking to a boxy, rectangular table and straight-backed chairs, look for pieces that feature shapely curves and elegant angles.
The easiest ways to tie a room together is creating a cohesive color scheme. Here, creating contrast is key. You’ll want to look closely at the hues that are already built-in to your kitchen and add in colors that will pop off of those existing ones. You’ll notice that not everything has to match exactly. You can mix and similar shades to give your design an even deeper sense of complexity.
Wall art can help infuse personality into a room. It certainly works in the kitchen too, Here, the type of art you choose is entirely a matter of personal taste. However, we do recommend that you choose pieces that work nicely within your larger color scheme.
If you want to avoid nail holes, don’t worry. There are plenty of alternatives to hanging art available. Consider sticking to removable wall decals, stringing up tapestry, or utilizing existing shelving to create a loose take of a gallery wall.
You can use a rug to ground seating area in the kitchen. In this case, the rug will serve the dual purpose of adding to the room’s aesthetic and providing an extra layer of protection for your rental floors.
Picking out rugs is all about the proper sizing. For this, you’ll want to remember the golden ratio or a 2/3 proportion. Generally, you’ll want dining tables to take up 2/3 the length of the rug that sits underneath it. If you’re dealing with a runner, you’ll want to shoot for one that’s 2/3 as wide as the length of the aisle that it covers.