No Wall Damage Decor Ideas

Ways to make your apartment your own without leaving a mark.

Some renters make the mistake of leaving their walls barren in fear of violating their rental agreement. But really, everyone feels better when they’re in a well-decorated space. Everyone needs their dwelling to have personal touches so that they can feel at home.

Short term apartments and corporate housing are always pre-furnished, but that doesn’t mean you can’t B-Y-O-D: Bring your own decor. In fact, it will likely make your temporary living situation even more enjoyable. You should make anywhere you live, no matter how long you’ll be there, feel like home. Everyone needs a landing pad when moving to a new place, so go all out on personalizing your apartment or corporate housing solution.

Adhesive Strips/Hooks

Command hooks and strip adhesives have rendered nails unnecessary for decorating. From tiny adhesives that are practically invisible to heavy-duty rubber hooks, they’ve got you covered. There’s a wall adhesive on the market for practically anything you need to be displayed on the wall.

Poster Putty

Want to hang up your favorite poster or picture frame? Skip the thumb tacks and nails and try poster putty instead. It’s easy to apply and perfect for temporarily mounting up your favorite notes, decorations, and photos.

Clothesline

If you’re the sentimental type, display your favorite memories on a clothesline. There perfect for photos and love letters. It only takes clothespins and twine, and for easy no damage mounting, use adhesive hooks.

Wall Decals or Removable Wallpaper

Cover a blank space with a wall decal or removal wallpaper to instantly amp up any space in your home. Wall decals and wallpaper are a quick and easy way to turn your blank walls into masterpieces. On sites like Wayfair, customizable decals are available along with chic and modern wallpaper designs and patterns.

Washi Tape

What is Washi Tape? It’s a Japanese tape created for artists. There are hundreds of colors and prints online, and a wide variety can be found at local craft stores. Any printed material can be placed on the wall and secured by a frame of Washi Tape. Posters, photos, and even monthly organizers can be artfully displayed.

If you’re starting a new job and want to find an affordable short-term living solution, contact The Hennessey Group online or call 888-543-5890.

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