As reported in 2018, roughly 100 million Americans rent
their house, condo, or apartment. If you are one of the many that does
not own your living space, you are likely familiar with the many rules
that exist for renters. The majority of the rules set by landlords
pertain to what you can and cannot change within your home. Oftentimes,
rental contracts stipulate that you cannot paint, change the flooring,
or hang up anything that might damage the walls. Despite these rules, it
is only natural to want to update your living space so that it reflects
your style and personality.
Thankfully, there are dozens of landlord-approved changes that you can make. Before heading to your local home improvement store, explore five apartment-friendly upgrades.
Swap your kitchen faucet
Although it may sound fairly permanent, replacing your kitchen faucet is something that can be reversed. If your current faucet looks … Read the rest “5 Upgrades For Your Apartment That Won’t Upset The Landlord”