AS anyone who has ever lived in rented accommodation knows, landlords aren't keen when their tenants make changes.
But one woman has decided to ignore her landlord's requests and turn her home into her own perfect paradise.
Aziza took to TikTok to reveal the transformation, writing over the top of the video: "Landlord: 'You’re not allowed to make any changes'.
The first thing Aziza did was to change all the curtains, before adding shelves in the kitchen and changing the kitchen counters.
Everything is temporary though, as she simply used some stick on vinyl sheets to change the kitchen counters from dark grey to a light wood effect.
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She also added "pictures, decor and mirrors to the walls with nails".
"Don’t let my landlord see this," she captioned the video.
But people were quick to question whether or not Aziza had said goodbye to her security deposit with the changes she'd made to the property.
"The only thing they can do is to keep the deposit payment," one person wrote.
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However, Aziza replied: "If everything goes back to how it was then they can’t."
She added in response to another viewer comment: "Most things I do are renter friendly and can be removed easily with no marks.
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"But the holes in the walls will just need a fill and paint over."
"You've made a lovely home and if you leave your changes are reversible so don't worry too much about it," another person added.
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