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vacation rental, you agree to vacate your home during the time the guests have payed to rent it; it's up to you where to stay while your house is being used!More about house swapping
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We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
Live-Work RentalJust because you're a renter doesn't mean you can't have style, as this colorful Philadelphia home proves. This designer outfitted her family's apartment in feminine hues that still feel family friendly. Houzz readers loved her daring but girly style — seen in this peppy pink sofa.
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scream "rental." Over the years we've slowly swapped them out for statement pieces we love. Our bedroom has a nassa shell chandelier; our hall and dining room have clear globe lights; our den has a Moroccan goatskin and henna light (I kid you not).
home’s rental years, preserving them fairly well. New flooring was pieced in where walls were moved, and all the floors were sanded and refinished for continuity.The window seat off the kitchen is one of McCullough’s favorite spaces.
The Casita Twins, efficient living with beautiful views.
primarily a rental property. The window trim is made from Covintec and is used as a contrasting material that transitions from the side metal paneling. The detail also provides shade and a dab of color to the otherwise stark geometric forms.
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savings on a rental. But your place will still not be move-in ready.
The home of Bram
home, a rental, five years ago, it felt neglected. Fresh paint, groovy wallpaper, chocolate-brown vinyl flooring and funky furniture — such as this bright green Bobo Relax Chair by Cini Boeri — quickly made him feel at home.
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My Houzz: Modern Home
their rental quickly after their landlords decided to move back in.Pam and Chris are both drawn to contemporary design, and turned to Tom Baits of Austin Modern Homes to find their dream home. “We only looked for two days, and we were done,” says Pam. “We walked through this space and looked at each