Moving season has just ended, meaning the majority of us have our hands deep in paint and renovation projects. You just landed in a new apartment or a rented house and the kitchen is bothering you? You’re not the only one! Though you usually try not to invest body and soul into a rental, there’s always a way to take care of your home without emptying your pockets or creating future problems with the owner.

 

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With a budget of $500, it’s entirely possible to step up your interior game to fit your personal style without creating permanent changes—which will surely delight your landlord!

 

Take a look at blogger Isabelle Larue’s video to gain several tips on easy DIY projects with surprising results.

 

 

 

 

A Backsplash of Colour

Isabelle chose our Vintage Azur to personalize the kitchen. Colour is indeed a beautiful way to display personal style without applying any paint. A selfadhesive kitchen backsplash—coloured or not—is a perfect and entirely reversible solution to quickly transform your kitchen at low cost.

 

Kitchen Island

 

In any small apartment arises the same problem, which is a critical lack of space! With a handmade kitchen island, you’ll not only increase your work surface, but you’ll also add a finishing touch to your kitchen.

 

What’s more, you can even take it with you next time you move!

  

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Curtains

 

Though they seem to have little influence, beautiful curtains can change the look of a room in the blink of an eye! If curtains on the market don’t suit you, you can even equip yourself with a needle to make them yourself.

 

 

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