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1 Fallen in love with some wall­pa­per, but aren’t al­lowed to dec­o­rate? Frame some in a pic­ture frame, or wall­pa­per a large MDF board you can prop against the wall. 2 get creative with wall de­cals – these come in a huge range of sizes and de­signs, won’t dam­age the walls and can sim­ply be peeled off when it’s time to move on. 3 if you’re stuck with mag­no­lia and are itch­ing to be bold with paint colours, paint fur­ni­ture in­stead. Paint a large shelv­ing unit or cof­fee ta­ble in your ac­cent shade to make a big im­pact with­out hav­ing to paint the walls. 4 rugs are great for cover­ing well-worn car­pet or other floor­ing. if the ex­ist­ing floor­ing is pat­terned, go for a sim­ple, block colour de­sign, or look for some­thing dec­o­ra­tive if floors are plain. 5 you can still in­tro­duce art­work if you can’t make holes in the walls. 3M Com­mand strips are a great way to hang frames with­out dam­ag­ing the wall, or go for framed art­work propped up against the wall – layer these up for a stylish so­lu­tion.

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