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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Landlord Vetoes Paint and Wallpaper -What Should I Do?

Some might say that if you are paying rent, you do the right thing you want on the property, in terms of painting and things of this nature - as long as you leave it in a state that wants your landlord . I personally agree with, but it's not the way of things all the time. Nevertheless, if you're in an apartment where the paint on the walls and wallpaper does not fit your personality or your design aesthetic to move (as I just experienced: nice place, but the walls in orange, yellow ... and the decorated hideous floral wallpaper imaginable) and your landlord carefully so that you do everything (even if the former tenants were allowed to orange and yellow walls, floral wallpaper and put up the most heinous imaginable), there are ways to get the dictation.

Sheets. That's right - flat bed sheets, not built-in ones. You can select them in a desired color, or white sheets and paint them. You can tack it in a way that can not harm the underlying wall, or use special adhesives, which do not harm the paint or paper underneath. This idea is stretched taut safe, economical, stylish and beautiful.

Want wallpaper? Stencil your sheets. In any project you like. Nor do you have to pay an arm and a leg for the stencils. Print out the ones you like and use an Xacto knife, cut the pattern on the appropriate material.
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