rental bedroom decorating

These hacks will help you update your space and make your rental property feel like home, without you having to forfeit your bond.

| By Rachael Thompson | Interiors

8 Landlord-Approved Ways to Update Your Rental Bedroom

These hacks will help you update your space and make your rental property feel like home, without you having to forfeit your bond.

Living in a rental shouldn't prohibit you from making someone else's apartment - or house - feel like your home. After all, that's what it is - your home! But of course, there are limitations to the changes you can make in a rental property, however long-term you plan on staying.

Your bedroom is one of the most important spaces in any home, especially if you live in a share house (in which case your bedroom is the one space you spend the most time in and have the most control over). Luckily, there are plenty of ways to update your bedroom without upsetting your landlord or having to do major repairs at the end of your lease.

From wall art and handmade ceramics to unique lamps and indoor plants, consider the following landlord-approved updates to give your bedroom a fabulous makeover.

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