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8. Create a gallery-like set-up There’s a reason why most museums and galleries around the world have white walls. This flawless shade is perfect to set the stage for pieces of art. The two paintings in this boudoir double the visual delight.
7. Invest in artAlways wanted to enter the world of art as a collector? Now is the time to loosen the purse strings on that art piece you’d set your heart on. It can become the conversation starter of your rental property and, of course, the mainstay every time you move. If you cannot afford a Dali yet, then you don’t have to break the bank to get arty. Let your apartment become your canvas for creativity. Frame travel knick-knacks, inspirational words, posters or even your kids’ doodlings and hang them on a wall. Display a visually arresting painting, as seen in this bedroom.Tip: If you’re looking for a less intrusive option that doesn’t include hammering nails, then display framed pieces of art on a dresser, take advantage of ledges to lean them on or simply place them on an easel.Read more:Design Musts for an Urban Indian ApartmentTell us:Do you live in a rented accommodation? How have you personalised it? Share pictures and your ideas in the Comments section below.