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Jus­tine says plants and fresh flow­ers are a great way to make a rental kitchen feel more homely.

“Fresh herbs or ferns will soften a kitchen sce­nario,” she says. “Plant life will al­ways catch the eye.”

Chang­ing cab­i­netry han­dles can make a dif­fer­ence — if you ask the land­lord first.

Prac­ti­cal ac­ces­sories such as can­is­ters, cook­books, stylish ap­pli­ances and even a bowl of fresh fruit can di­vert fo­cus in a rental kitchen.

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