Last updated on September 27th, 2021
Crummy tiles killing the decor of your house? If you are staying in a rented apartment, then you must be aware of the pain it is to decorate your space while sticking to the rental guidelines etched in stone!
But thanks to the ever-inventive decor industry, you can deck out your space without jeopardizing your deposit money. From removable vinyl flooring and faux hardwood to carpet tiles, here are 9 removable flooring solutions that will help you transform your house without getting your landlord up in arms!
1. Carpet Tiles
When it comes to temporary flooring, carpet tiles are the easiest pick for renters. Simply choose the color and fiber of your choice, and deck out your house! Also, carpet tiles are easy to apply and, in case you spill food or drinks on the carpet tiles, you can simply take out the errant tile and toss it in the washing machine, before replacing it.
Give your home a bohemian touch and layer your floor with stylish carpets and rugs.
3. Garage Mats
Garage mats are a thick vinyl floor covering solution mostly used in mechanic’s workrooms. But they can transform the look of your kitchen or bathroom, if you so desire. These peel-and-stick mats are available in many vibrant colors and even aid in noise-reduction.
4. Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl tiles, available in a wide array of color options are just like wallpaper, and come with a peel-and-stick option and can be trimmed as per the desired square footage that needs to be covered. You can remove them easily when they’re not required any longer or you move houses.
5. Peel and Stick Hardwood Flooring
If you are looking to give your floor a wooden finish, choose faux hardwood flooring that comes in a peel-and-stick variety.
6. Artificial Grass Flooring
An artificial grass carpet is the easiest way to give your balcony a lush green makeover. Try it and see it changing in front of your very eyes from a boring space to one that you would love spending time in!
7. Interlocking Floor Tiles
Break the monotony of your floor with temporary wooden tiles. They can be assembled easily without expertise and can be removed as easily when not needed.
8. Foam Tiles
Spread out foam tiles in your kid’s room. They’ll not just instantly brighten up the room, but also allow your kids to play rough, without having to worry about getting hurt.
9. Outdoor Rugs
The variety of colors and patterns and their strength to endure harsh weather make outdoor rugs an easy decision for a terrace or a balcony.