Easy interiors inspo for every kind of space

3 easy ways to make your house feel like yours, whether you rent or own
Quick-fix interiors solutions for every potential space…

Whenever you move into a new home, the biggest challenge is working out how to put your stamp on it as quickly and easily as possible. That's particularly true when it's a rental, and getting your paint brushes out simply isn't an option. However, there are still a whole bunch of things you can do to make your space your own, even with the prickliest of landlords staring over your shoulder.

One easy but characterful addition to any room is Samsung's The Frame TV. An ultra-thin unit designed to resemble a picture frame, the television displays your choice of artwork when on standby*, and is now more adaptable than ever thanks to a new range of detachable coloured bezels, available to purchase in a range of 40 colours. With a powerful QLED 4K TV display** and a slim fit wall mount that lets you hang it like an actual picture, it makes for an eye-catching piece guaranteed to brighten up any space.

Hit the button below to shop the range and read on for three more easy tips to help you transform your home without any major upheaval…

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1. Hang as much art as possible

When it comes to creating a personality-filled space, blank walls are the ultimate enemy. Wall art needn't be expensive - go for limited edition prints or characterful postcards if you don't want to spend a lot, and keep an eye out in charity shops for pieces with interesting vintage frames. And remember, if you're renting, Command Strips are your friend.

2. Stock up on flowers and houseplants

As well as being great for your mental health, filling your space with houseplants and fresh flowers is a quick and easy way to add colour and texture to a room. Remember to check how much light your room gets, and choose your new friends accordingly. If you've got a bit of space, you can't go wrong with a Monstera - big, bold and virtually unkillable, they're the ultimate statement plants.

3. Be colourful

Think of a rental space and chances are you're picturing somewhere with white walls and beige carpets. Fine when they're brand new, but a bit blah after years of wear and tear. Battle the bland by filling your space with colourful soft furnishings and trinkets, from cushions and throws to vases and plant pots. Don't worry about going too matchy-matchy either - if the overall scheme is neutral, be as playful as you like with your accessories.

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** Applicable to 43" and above Frame. Wires not shown and bezel sold separately.

Artwork credits: Rose England, Ekaterina Koroleva, The Poster Club, Wrong at Paper Collective, PSTR Studio, H&M, Chiara Perano, Kassl Editions x Zara Home, Modern Art Hire, Kirstine Dahl Studio Poster.

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