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Personal Spaces: Ideas for Making a #Rental Your Own

Whether you plan to rent for only a little while or see yourself making your rental a long-term home, it’s worth putting in the effort to make your space work for you. Gather inspiration from these creative renters, who’ve come up with some pretty ingenious solutions to common dilemmas, from working around the no-painting rule to making room for family life in a small space.

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  1. Wow this is such a great tips! will forward this to my friends! :D

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  2. Looks so nice. I wish i can do that way too.

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  3. NIce tips when design own palce! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Thank you for sharing this with us. Nice places for rent. Thank you.

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    1. They're already rented but you can transform your rented home with these tips :)

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  5. It's my great pastime to check interior designs of other people's houses since I was young. It's gotten so much easier with the internet, compared to the old days. LOL

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    1. That's for sure! My mum used to buy decor magazines

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  6. I am so bad at all this. Just don't have that flare even by copying others. I envy people nice and cozy place deco.

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    1. I feel the same way you do but little by little we can make our homes nice :)

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  7. I love the decoration and it look simple, clean and comfortable to me. Thanks for the tips

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  8. Ah I just wish for my next vacation and stay at these amazing places. :)

    http://waiyee.blogspot.my/

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    1. They're already rented to the people in the article who transformed these rented homes but you can transform your rented home with these tips :)

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  9. Boho Chic sounds like me thing. Would love to have that theme in my future home one day :)

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  10. This is some creative information. AHHHH! Must make sure my future house is as pretty as this <3

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  11. Beautiful decoration and it is making the place so lively and cosy. Colours are adding life to the place.

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    1. Yes, playing with colours is essential :)

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  12. omg so nice! I can't wait to get my own place and design it myself!!! :D

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  13. BTW each home design always come with their own stories. Such a great post! Gonna share the tips out to my friends and family!

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  14. Great post kick in at the right time. I starting my home stay now, thanks sharing.

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    1. Congrats and may the house transformation begin! Share your before and after photos!

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  15. Yet to own a property. But thanks for the useful tips.

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  16. This is such a lovely share and I got to say the simplistic decor is just modernly chic. Cheers for the tips dear.

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  17. Thanks for the idea on how I should decorate my house now. The ideas are awesome.

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  18. I like the decoration.. So lovely and nice.. Artistic~

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  19. All the house looks soo cozy to stay in! I hope I can have the chance to build and design my own dream house together with my loves one <3

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  20. great tips here. now i have a pretty good idea what type of paint design i should look for when i redesign my house.

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  21. So many wonderful tips here to give my room a new breath, thanks for sharing it with us :)

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  22. wish i can live in a house like that, like taken out from a magazine. I did design my dream house years ago, but many years later, er it is just a mess.

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  23. Wow! The interior designs are amazing. My inspiration for now.

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