Whether you want to attract a tenant or keep one, these five simple interior decorating ideas are a wonderful way to add class to your rental. There is no need to go overboard, but current and future tenants will notice that you cared enough to add some special touches to their home. These tips could also contribute towards making your tenant feel appreciated too!
Decorating with Mirrors
Mirrors are classy, simple, and let’s be real; everyone enjoys looking at themselves in a mirror! Mirrors also have the added benefit of making small spaces look larger and more spacious than they are.
You should avoid setting things on tables because of the clutter factor and extra storage space is something every tenant looks for in a rental home. Shelves are a win-win for everyone.
Pro tip: Pick shorter shelves that won’t topple over or be sure you secure shelves according to their instructions to avoid a liability problem.
Often times, you will need to set rules about putting nails in walls. Reduce the need for amateurs banging nails into your wall by adding just a few attractive hangings on the wall, while not overwhelming tenants with your own taste in art.
Pro tip: Go to a local art fair or market for cheap but beautiful art pieces made from local amateurs.
Light Switch Covers
Find affordable light switch covers to replace any broken, damaged or discolored covers. This small change makes a big difference while showing your tenant you care about the details.
Avoid making your rental feel like a hospital. Instead, switch out fluorescent light bulbs you have with LED bulbs. Lighting is everything!
What are some easy ways you have found to spice up your rental while not spending a fortune? Share your favorite tips with us below in the comments!
Also published on Medium.