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Here’s the dilemma of homeowners: they love inviting friends over but they don’t know how to fit everyone inside a small living space. While some can stay in the balcony and dining area, there are guests who simply want to relax and get comfy in the (small) living room. Don’t panic! You can turn a limited space into an inviting corner—so inviting, that your guests will surely want to stay there for good!
Does your bathroom need an upgrade? For not a lot of money, and without outside help, you can dramatically boost your bath’s appearance in a weekend — without the need for a full renovation. Small improvements (as your time and wallet allow) are a manageable alternative to full-scale remodeling, but have a transformative effect that’s refreshing and gratifying. Try one of these 8 small-scale projects yourself…
Small space design can be a big challenge. See how designers create petite bedroom retreats with color and smart space planning.
Here you will find in-depth guides, tutorials, and techniques for hanging wall decals and all your favorite RoomMates products!
We try to make it as easy as possible to hang RoomMates wall decals, wallpaper and murals by included step-by-step number instructions and clear visuals on our packaging. Additional resources though are always helpful! We’ve created simple how to guides below for hanging our most popular products. Click on any of our guides below to get started.
How To: Application Guides
How To Apply Wall Decals: Whether you are applying your very first wall decals or just need a refresher, follow our simple six step guide: How To Apply Wall Decals. Remember, wall stickers and wall graphics are just another word for wall decals, so application is the same!
On Apartment Therapy we spend most of our time on interiors—to us its what’s inside (your home) that really counts—but it can really pay off to give the exterior a little TLC. It’s the first thing you see before you step though the door and it can add a lot to your home’s value, should you own it yourself. With this in mind, we’ve rounded up a few DIY projects to give your place a little extra curb appeal.