Mobile personality can create a home
MOBILITY is key when making a rented house feel like “home”.
According to the latest figures, 38 per cent of Far Northern residents are currently renting and vacancy rates are continuing to tighten in Cairns.
Whether you are an owneroccupier or paying a weekly amount to a landlord, there is an instinctive desire to create an individual space to call “home”.
Real estate company Harcourts has compiled a list of ways to add personal touches to transform a property into the perfect abode. LIGHTING Changing floor and table lamps is the easiest way to add a bright flourish of your own personality. CUPBOARD HANDLES Updating kitchen or bathroom cupboard handles can immediately personalise or modernise a room. Store the original handles in a safe place to be returned to position when you leave. frames that do not lift paint when removed, or you can place art on top of cupboards, leaning against the wall. The options are endless. the ultimate mobile decoration. VERSATILE FURNITURE Choose furniture that is more likely to fit in any space or with a number of different colour schemes. For example, plain white or black furniture is preferable, as are lounge suites that can angle either left or right.
PERSONALISE: Add a few eclectic pieces with colour and character and your rented home will really feel like “home” – and you can take them when you move.