Before jumping to do decoration work on the floor and walls is important to ask the owner to know what we can do and what not. Paints, coatings, etc. Make him all the questions you want at the time of signing the lease.

Decorate walls only if

* You use neutral paint: white, cream, satin, etc and its variants. These tones are simple and add light, also highlight any decor. The good news is you can paint all the walls of the home without permission from the owner, especially if the paint is old and the colors have been damaged.
* Forget the garish colors that could hinder the RELOCATION of the house or talk it with the owner. If the temptation is too great, go for the stickers. You can paste them on any surface and unstick them in a second.

Same for the wallpapers. You can put all you want, provided they are discreet. So do not get mad for reasons too eccentric because they will like the vast majority and most of all tenants who come after you. not change the layout of the rooms in the distribution can not do anything. The shape of the housing can not be changed. So is prohibited divide space or enlarge a room. If you shoot a wall, before you have to talk to the owner to see if you agree. There are some who allow only minor modifications. But others allow you to perform major works. not stick anything on the floor Let the parquet do a bit of noise or that the carpet is gray ugly does not mean we can get rid of them.


Although there are owners who allow tenants to change the flooring, not all do. For reforms of this kind is better to have your consent and if it can be written, much better. Choose one type of carpet that overlaps the former without glue, so you can choose the color you want. Otherwise, you can always upholstered motif or a single color, there for all tastes and sizes. If you do not like the color of the tiles and you want to change, once again, you have the agreement of the owner. Make a written agreement Usually, if you think that changes in the floor or walls are to be meaningful it is best put in writing in a document to be signed by both parties and provided the owner has given you consent in advance. This will avoid conflicts at the time of analyzing the state in which the floor is when you go.