Don't write these off because they seem outdated or remind you of your grandmother's floral sofa. There are some great patterns and designs available, plus, it's a great way to revamp an old piece of furniture without making a big splurge. And if you have IKEA furniture, is the perfect resource for stylish covers from notable textile companies like Designers Guild or Marimekko.
2. Removable Wallpaper
If you love the look of wallpaper, but are afraid to take the plunge (or can't because you're in a rental), opt for peel-and-stick designs. They're surprisingly easy to install and remove. Damask Removable Wallpaper Tile, $45.
3. Magnetic Frames and Prints
Who knew switching out art could be so easy? With SwitchArt from Art.com, all you have to do is hang a magnetic frame once and easily swap out the magnetic prints whenever you want. You can make prints from your own photos or browse the site's selection of well-known paintings and photographs. See more at .
4. Tile Tattoos
Add some pattern to your tiles without having to go through the whole install process. Mibo Tile Tattoos are stickers that can be applied with just a little bit of water and removed effortlessly when you want a change. Mibo Tile Tattoos in Windmill Black, $18.
5. Carpet Tiles
If you want the cozy feeling of carpet and aren't happy with any rugs out in the marketplace, FLOR carpet tiles are your best bet. Customize different patterns and configurations easily and without attaching the pieces to your own floors. Just Plain Folk in Linen, $16/square.
6. Washi Tape
You can do just about anything with washi tape, from customizing your light switch plates to adding details to your furniture to even decorating your walls. This archway idea from A Beautiful Mess is simple, but it makes a statement.
7. Removable Backplash Tiles
Brooklyn-based design firm makes graphic plywood tiles backed with magnets (each set comes with corresponding steel stickers for easy install). You can order two of the wall designs through , but check-out for a greater selection.
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