Accenting Your Apartment: Top 8 Apartment Remodeling Ideas

Did you know that nearly 40 million Americans live in apartments? If you’re one of those Americans, and you want to do some apartment remodeling, you’ve come to the right place!

Below we’ve broken down 8 tips and tricks you can use to get your apartment to look and feel how you want it to. We’ve included some budget-friendly ideas, too, so you can get those results without spending too much cash.

So, keep on reading if you want to know all about apartment remodeling, and how to do it yourself, today.

  1. Have Fun and Paint Your Walls

If you’re looking for a fun weekend project that can help you upgrade the look and feel of your apartment, consider painting all of your walls a new color.

Of course, you’ll need to have your landlord’s permission to paint your walls before doing so. And you may be asked to paint those walls back to their original color before you move out, which is worth mentioning.

But if you’re allowed to do so, and you don’t mind doing the work yourself, a fresh coat of paint really can do a lot.

  1. Find More Ways to Add Some Color

Don’t feel like investing time and money into painting your entire apartment? Or maybe your landlord said no to the idea? If so, you can still find a few creative ways to add some color to your space without breaking the bank.

This is especially true if you’re in the market for new bedroom decor, or even living room decor. Things like throw pillows, throw blankets, and even new bedsheets are all items that are affordable yet can make your entire apartment feel brand new.

  1. Install New Lighting Fixtures

Another fun weekend project that you can do to improve the look and feel of your apartment is to install new lighting fixtures. New lighting fixtures are apartment-friendly, as you only need to reinstall the old lighting fixtures before you move out.

Have a hard time cooling your apartment on those hot summer days? If so, think about investing in double ceiling fans for your living area and bedroom.

Again, these aren’t too hard to install yourself and won’t do any damage to your apartment if you’re careful during the installation process.

  1. Get Organized With New Shelves

One of the biggest downsides to apartment living is the fact that, with an apartment, you usually don’t have a ton of space to work with. That can make getting organized that much more difficult, which in return, can lead to a life filled with clutter.

Our advice? Invest in some new shelves to help you get better organized. Shelves won’t take up a ton of space and will help you make the most out of whatever square footage you have to work with.

The best part? You can use your new shelves to display some of your favorite items, adding some of your own personality to your space.

  1. Find Ways to Improve Your Storage

To piggyback off of that last point, as an apartment owner, you need to be creative and find ways to improve your storage situation. Things like shelves and other organizers are a great way to do just that, all while working with a tight budget.

With that in mind, if your apartment is too crowded, getting rid of some old items might be worth considering. That, or investing in an affordable storage unit so you can remove some things from your apartment completely, are also valuable options.

  1. Replace Your Living Room Furniture

Want to completely revamp your apartment’s living space? Have a bit more room in the budget to work with? If so, consider replacing all of the furniture that is in your living room with newer, more comfortable furniture pieces.

Again, this is a big-budget idea that only works if you have older furniture in your apartment currently. But if you spend a lot of time in your living space, and you want to make it feel newer or more like you, replacing your furniture is the way to go.

  1. Install a New Showerhead

We’ll be honest. With an apartment bathroom, there aren’t too many things you can do besides replacing your towels, rugs, or shower curtains. And while all of those things are great, they won’t make your bathroom feel that much different.

However, a new showerhead is something that you can use that will give you a luxury feel without breaking the bank. Like ceiling fans, you simply need to reinstall that old showerhead before you move out, making it another apartment-friendly update on this list.

  1. Hang Up Some String Lights

If you’ve spent any time looking at apartment decor online, you’ve most likely noticed that string lights and LED lights are quite popular right now. Because these lights are so affordable and easy to install, they are a great way to add some flair to any living space.

They also require a lot less work to hang up than new lighting fixtures, which is ideal for many apartment owners.

Need More Help With Your Apartment Remodeling?

Remember, apartment remodeling is all about having fun and finding ways to improve the look and feel of your space. Sometimes that means getting more organized. Other times that means buying new furniture or decor items.

Regardless, you should be able to use this list to get the desired atmosphere in your apartment today.

Looking for more decor tips and tricks? Check back with our blog daily.


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