Today I’m sharing 6 simple tips you can take to refresh your bedroom on a budget.
We recently did a mini makeover in our primary bedroom. It’s AMAZING what just a few simple changes has done for the space. It looks, and more importantly, feels like a brand new bedroom! If you missed the before/after room refresh blog post, you can find it here: Small Bedroom Makeover: Before & After
how to refresh your bedroom on a budget:
1. add inexpensive art prints
One of my favorite ways to change the look and feel of a space is through artwork. Digital prints are a great option for this. The print above is from BFF Print Shop. I always print my digital prints at MPix.com. I do their giclée print on fine art paper.
2. add affordable lighting
When I was planning for this refresh, I knew I wanted new lighting for the space. I have the Target Lamp, pictured above, in our living room as well. And while I did look for something else, I just couldn’t find anything I loved as much (especially at this affordable price point.) So, I now have them in two spots in my home, they are that good!
Another fabulous Target Lamp. You guys, it’s $40!
3. add a rug
Adding a new rug definitely doesn’t have to break the bank. Our new Amber Lewis x Loloi Rug is under $375 for the 8.5’x11.5′! And you guys, it looks AMAZING. I have several Loloi rugs throughout my home, and I especially love them layered on top of carpet, because they are thin, and always lie flat.
4. new affordable bedding
All of our bedding for this refresh is from Target & JCPenney. I now have this Duvet Cover in both my guest & primary bedrooms. You guys, as I’m writing this, it is on sale for $75 (down from $200!) It even comes with matching queen or king pillow shams. (The Euro Shams are also on sale.)
The White Quilt is from Target!
5. add throw blankets & pillows
Full disclosure, one splurge in our primary bedroom refresh was the pillows. This doesn’t have to be the case though. I love Target and JCPenney for affordable pillows. The Throw Blanket above is from Target, and looks far more expensive than its price tag!
6. inexpensive decor
Lastly, adding inexpensive decor is a great way to get a new look in any of your spaces. For this refresh, I mostly used what I already had, so the decor part was super affordable. Fold up a Blanket to use as functional decor on a bedside table shelf. An affordable Wood Bowl styled on a shelf is also a great way to fill the space. Add a small Vase filled with fresh flowers to a couple of books.
As always, if you have any questions, feel free to leave them below!
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