Paper towel is always something we find difficult to find a permanent place for in the kitchen. Especially when you are renting, and the kitchen is not yours. What to do? Make sure it doesn’t move.
The way to do it would be to mount a short tension rod in the closet/cupboard of the desired room and string the roll on it. Can you hear that? It’s the sound of you becoming a responsible adult.
Keep a Fitted Sheet in Place With Suspenders
Sometimes fitted sheets can just slip right off the corners of the bed. It's no use keeping them down yourself, and nobody enjoys sleeping on a bare mattress! There is a reason the bed sheet was invented! To avoid this problem, just dig out a pair of suspenders.
Simply clip them on each side of the bed on each corner with the suspenders, and your sheet will stay put for sure. You will never have to worry about keeping them down again or calling your mother to straighten things out for you.
Use Masking Tape Before Nailing the Walls
If you want to hang up a painting, here's a tip. Before you go hammering into your rented drywalls, be sure to use masking tape or painter's tape over the desired area. This prevents flaking and cracking in the walls.
Now you can have crack-free walls. While the painting might cover it up, it's still important to look after your home, even if it's rented.
Store Plastic Bags in Wet Wipes Container
Accumulative plastic bags can really get in the way. You can bunch it up and stuff it in a drawer, but that is never very pleasing to the eyes. What can one do with all these excess bags? For starters, you can start recycling, or you can also stop taking store bags back with you. But if you already have them, there is a better solution.
Take an old container of disinfecting wipes and place your many bags in there. The pull-and-grab system is super convenient, and you can store it wherever you like.
Make Your Own Closet
If you don't have a walk-in closet (which we presume you don't), make one! An empty corner or unoccupied wall can effortlessly be transformed into your very own dream closet.
The best part about DIY in rented homes is that you get to choose exactly how you want it to look; you can use tension rods, curtains, or even sliding doors.