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Ways To Redesign Your Bedroom on a Budget

Ways To Redesign Your Bedroom on a Budget

Your bedroom is one of the most important spaces in your home. It’s the place where you rest, reset, and recharge, so investing in your bedroom’s aesthetic design can help to further cultivate a relaxing ambiance. Adding simple touches can elevate the style and mood of the room, which in turn affects you. Here are a few easy ways to redesign your bedroom on a budget to suit your unique style and taste.

Add Fake Plants

Adding fake plants to your bedroom is not just a clever and cost-effective way to add a splash of color to your bedroom. It also creates a spa-like aesthetic that promotes calmness. Cute and small potted succulents are cheap and easy to place in the nooks or on open surfaces of your bedroom. Artificial potted vines fit perfectly on window ledges and add a cozy feel to the room.

The best part about fake plants is that they’re easily accessible at most department stores and inexpensive to purchase. You won’t have to worry about keeping the plant alive or continuously investing in products for plant health. Adding these simple green additions to your bedroom can help elevate the design with minimal effort. You can easily add as many or few plants as you like to create the look and feel that you want.

Thrift Statement Pieces

Thrifting is a fun and inexpensive way to transform the design of your space. Finding bold or sophisticated statement pieces can take your bedroom from average to stylish. You have more leeway to be creative with thrifting statement pieces by adding your personal touch to them. You can customize pieces by painting or adding garments, fabrics, and accessories.

Thrifting cheap statement pieces allows you to buy more options, which gives you the flexibility and creativity to use different elements in various places in the room. You can play with shape, color, texture, and size to create your desired atmosphere.

Add an Accent Wall

An accent wall is another one of the ways to redesign your bedroom on a budget. Adding an accent wall allows you to play with texture, color, and style. This design choice can change the mood and visual appearance of the room without having to add expensive furniture pieces or renovations.

You can choose how much or little you want to add to the accent wall. It can be as simple as adding a different color or decorative wallpaper. There are many other options and styles to consider when adding an accent wall. There are even cheaper alternatives to wallpaper, such as wall stickers, which are easy to apply and take down and often even apartment friendly.

Accent walls are temporary, and you can easily swap or replace them to accommodate your change in style or taste. Wallpaper makes this option versatile and very easy to work with. You can find affordable and trendy options on various shopping sites online.

Make your bedroom a tranquil sanctuary while staying within your budget by using these simple tips.

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Karen LeBlanc

Karen LeBlanc is a freelance writer living in Orlando, Florida with many published bylines in magazines, newspapers, and multimedia sites. As a professional lifestyle writer, Karen specializes in art, architecture, design, home interiors and personality profiles. Karen is the writer, producer and host of the streaming series, The Design Tourist (www.TheDesignTourist.com) that brings viewers a global dose of design inspiration with episodes featuring the latest looks and trends from the world’s premiere design events and shows. She also publishes a quarterly magazine on design travel that you can read by clicking the link: https://thedesigntourist.com/the-magazine/ Her journalism background includes seven years on-air experience as a TV news reporter and anchor covering a range of issues from education to politics. Her educational credentials include a Master of Arts in Mass Communications from Northeast Louisiana University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Louisiana State University. Throughout her career, Karen has written and produced dozens of documentaries and videos for educational, commercial, corporate, and governmental clients and appeared in many TV and video productions as a professional host.

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Karen LeBlanc

Karen LeBlanc is a travel host and writer with a popular travel show, The Design Tourist, and a companion lifestyle blog. As a widely published travel journalist and content creator, Karen is a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association. She also serves as the Design and Travel editor of the national lifestyle magazine, LaPalme. Karen believes that every destination has a story to tell through its local art, architecture, culture, and craft. This immersive creative exploration begins with authentic accommodations where the narrative of place unfolds through art, accessories, accouterments, furnishings, fixtures, and food. 

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