home decoration ideas

Here are six woes faced by tenants and clever solutions suggested by our experts for them.

1. No personal touch

wall stencils

Temporary as it may be, a rented apartment is still home, and you and those living with you deserve nothing less than the best experience possible.

No matter how temporary, you can make your rented house feel like home and put your own stamp on it. Berger’s wall stencils are ideal for a home improvement project like yours. You can derive some inspiration from here: The best part is that you can choose from different wall stencils and have fun creating a personalised home with them!

If you have naughty kids running about and playing around the house, it would be wise to opt for a permanent solution to keep your walls clean and mess-free unless you wish to invite the wrath of your landlord. Our experts suggest Berger’s Easy Clean Fresh, a washable wall paint backed by Cross-Linking Polymers that ensures even the most stubborn stains can be cleaned with utmost ease from the walls.  

This is the perfect product for your interior house painting project as it also offers a rich luxurious finish and imparts a fresh fragrance to the overall space. For colour consultancy on interior painting colors, you can get in touch with our experts.

For  interior painting service, you can call our toll-free number – 1800 103 6030 or SMS ‘XP’ to 56767.

2. Kitchen not up to the mark

kitchen paint ideas

A great finishing touch for any home and one many renters may not realise that they can change are the fixtures and fittings. Even the simplest of kitchens can be made stunning with the right drawer pulls and knobs. These kitchen elements can instantly draw the eye and uplift the overall impact of the kitchen.

In addition to that, you can renew your kitchen with a striking removable backsplash. Apart from enhancing the visual appeal, it can also handle nasty food splatters.

3. Tiny bathroom

Breathe Easy Bathroom Cleaner

The bathroom is one of the most used spaces and plans to renovate it can be a pricey affair. You needn’t burn a hole in your pocket. Our experts recommend adding small shelves and a ladder to keep your toiletries handy and in one place. Stylish and functional both!

Also, just having a beautiful bathroom is not enough. A clean bathroom is equally important. Berger’s Breathe Easy Bathroom Cleaner is the answer to it.  It is an acid-based cleaning solution for bathroom tiles, sanitary wares and multiple non-acid sensitive surfaces. It gives 10X sparkling clean surfaces. Apart from this, it removes 99.9% of germs including soap scum, limescale and hard water stains.

4. Bad flooring

interior painting colors

Bad flooring is one of the most common issues with rental apartments. Since changing floor tile isn’t feasible, it is better to invest in accent rugs and floor cushions. It is one of the easiest ways to add instant vibrance to the living space.

5. Poor lighting fixtures

interior house painting

Lighting is a top priority yet often neglected in rentals. Instead of fidgeting with the original fixtures, you can opt for stylish floor lamps and warm string lights to illuminate the entire place. This way you can save the effort of putting back whatever fixtures you have removed from its original place when moving out.

6. Heavy furniture

interior decor items

When renting, it makes more sense to put your money on the things that you can take along with you to your next home. Our experts advise that you invest in smart, compact furniture that works double-duty. Make sure they are light-weight so that it is easier to move around and keep switching their place to liven up the place and break the monotony in terms of furniture arrangement.


Instead of going on a shopping spree, make use of these pocket and renter-friendly décor tips that do not threaten your security deposit.

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