AN interior designer has revealed three design tricks that are renter friendly will make your home look more expensive
Tyka Pryde shared her tips in a TikTok video online.
She said: “Professional designer here – how to make your space look more elevated and expensive if you’re renting and you’re on a budget.”
Tyka said: “Now I’m not a fan of DIY projects I feel like everyone makes them look so easy on the internet and then they just never are but these are pretty fail proof.”
Tyka said she loves peel and stick wall panels.
She continued: “They’re just a quick and easy way to transform a boring apartment wall and make it a space that has a little more character and makes it feel more chic gives us some interest.”
Next Tyka said plug-in wall sconces.
She said: “Plug-in wall sconces are my favourite thing to add to any renter space. There’s so many different styles. There’s super contemporary ones, more classic ones.”
She continued: “I use these all the time. These just look so luxury to me like something you’d find at a really high end hotel.”
Lastly, Tyka said peel and stick mirrors are a great way to make your home look bigger.
Tyka said: “This last one feels like more of a hack because it gives this illusion that your space is way bigger than it is. It makes your apartment look double the size.”
She continued: “Peel and stick mirror wall tiles. You can mirror an entire wall of your apartment for like less than $100 [£84].”
The interior designer added: “You can get the cheap spray paint them gold, put a command strip on top and then you can create this whole mirror wall moment that reflects more light.”
She concluded: “It makes your space look bigger and it can look really high end if you do it right.”
Tyka’s interior design tips video gained over 435,000 views.
One user said: “OMGGGGG I was trying to figure out for years what I would do with my long boring hallway!!”
Another said: “You have great ideas that differ from other accounts. Thanks for the excellent ideas.”
A third viewer said: “Gimme all the sconces! Feels like Jewellery for the room.”
A fourth commented: “Omg this is perfect for my office/studio since I don’t own the building, yet.”