Put Toast on Your Rental Apartment Walls, or Flowers, or Butterflies.
Whether you have an apartment rental in Queens or any other borough, this decal of a tree frog will bring interest to your wall. It resembles the tiny Puerto Rican frog that sings all night long, call the “Coqui”.

Apartment renters need a way to personalize their homes without damaging walls or doing anything that is going to upset a landlord. In my last apartment rental in Manhattan, I came across an entirely new idea in wall covering; Wallflower. Wallflowers are self-adhesive ultra high quality, photographic prints that are applied to your wall as decals.

Talk about introducing a burst of sunlight and cheer to your apartment!Easy to apply and remove, Wallflowers are washable with a damp sponge and printed in the USA. Wallflowers are easily removed and leave no residue on your wall, making them perfect for New York City renters. Wallflowers can be reapplied hundreds of times, so you can reuse them when you redecorate or move.

Wallflowers come in many sizes, so you can use them in a small bedroom room or bathroom, to giant sizes that are incredible in larger spaces. They are cut out perfectly so you can put them on any color wall. Wallflowers are printed on a very smooth fabric that is matte, so they appear to be part of your wall, not a shiny sticker on your flat wall, like vinyl decals. Wallflowers can be used either indoors, or outdoors and depending on direct sun exposure, will last between four to ten years.

Nothing says, “Kitchen” like a giant place setting on your wall.
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Written by Lorenzo

Lorenzo has been hanging around the RDNY.com office for the past 20 years, and, in the process, has become the president of RDNY.com, Rent-Direct.com, and Acmelistings.com. His mission is to build RDNY.com into New York's largest no fee apartment rental service. Before RDNY.com, Lorenzo was a Regional Sales Manager for Time Equities, Inc., one of New York's largest converters of rental buildings to coops and condos. Lorenzo was once a part owner of Swift & Watson Real Estate in NYC's Greenwich Village.

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