Everyone uses the adhesive strips and hooks to hang pictures and objects in an apartment. These strips prevent wall damage, and it makes the move out process easier. However, did you know there are more uses for these strips then just to hang your Marilyn Monroe poster? Check out the ideas below. For more information check out Apartment Therapy.
Two important notes:
- Always check that the product you're using matches up to the weight of what you want to hang.
- To avoid damage, make sure that the product you choose is right for the surface on which you're hanging something.
Above ? Sarah of Boxwood Clippings made this beautiful mirror display from $12 worth of Dollar Tree mirrors and adhesive strips.
Caroline of Organized Simplicity used Scrabble tile holders as mini picture ledges, affixed with adhesive strips.
Marissa of Marissa Waddell Interiors devised this simple renters' solution for hanging a curtain rod - she hung it on adhesive hooks.
Not crazy about cushions with ties? Morgan of Pepper Design Blog cleverly used adhesive/velcro strips to secure these kitchen cushions.
This fabric headboard cover disguises a metal headboard with the help of adhesive strips. (By the gals at Sypsie Designs, seen on Hometalk.)
The wall where Erin of House of Earnest wanted to hang her sconces is where her chimney is so to avoid drilling into it, she used adhesive hooks to hang the sconces instead.
Beth of Sunshine on the Inside used inexpensive oil drip pans to create magnetic, chalkboard learning/play spots for her children. She hung them with adhesive/velcro strips.
Earlier this year I shared my renter-friendly solution for a hanging, magnetic knife rack and Lovely Crafty Home has solved this problem in her home too: using adhesive strips to hang a knife rack from tile.
How about some temporary (or not so temporary if you love it) party decor? Glory of Glorious Treats hung a lightweight wood frame from the ceiling with adhesive hooks and strung ribbon from it.
Sparkle lights hung with mini adhesive hooks create a charming decorative heart shape and add warmth and coziness to this girl's bedroom onPopsugar.
Christina of No. 29 Design diy'd this pelmet box and hung it with adhesive strips.