Whether you’re sharing your bedroom with someone else or need to find new ways to decorate it when the only things in it are a bed and a nightstand, making your bedroom look nice doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult. Here are some ideas on how to decorate your bedroom without breaking the bank.
1) Wall Paint Color Ideas
It’s one of those small, subtle details that can have an enormous impact. The color of your walls is such an easy way to change up your decor and make it feel like a whole new room without having to spend much money. If you’re feeling stuck, try going with a neutral color (white or gray) or painting over what you already have in another shade. If you don’t want to paint your walls at all, consider adding some wallpaper instead—it can be just as affordable and really fun!
2) Choose The Right Wall Art
Wall art can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some ways you can decorate your walls and save money: Paint: Wall paint is an affordable way to give your room character without breaking your budget. You can paint both sides of a canvas for double-duty wall art. But keep in mind that painting can require time and energy, so you should think about what kind of look you want before picking up a brush.
3) Get Rugs to Define Space
Rugs in specific colors and textures help define your room’s style, while also softening hardwood or tile floors that could otherwise feel cold. Choose rugs with warm colors like blues and browns, which can make you feel comfortable and cozy. If you’re on a budget, keep your eye out for discounted rugs during summer sales at home-decor stores.
5) Add Some Flair With Decorative Pillows
From fuzzy pillows in wild colors and patterns to more subdued faux fur options, pillow covers are an easy way to add some style—and comfort!—to your bedroom. You can also buy throw pillows that match or complement your existing bedding. For example, if you have a red velvet comforter set with gold accents, you could purchase one or two red velvet pillows (with or without gold piping) for contrast.
7) Comfortable Furniture Pieces are Always a Plus
Unless you’re an active person or athlete, chances are you spend most of your time in your bedroom. So when setting up your new space, make sure there are plenty of comfortable seating and sleeping options. A good reading chair, big comfy mattress, and ergonomic office chairs can make all of your different activities easier. Also, consider a standing desk if you work from home; it will help keep your body healthy while working long hours.
8) Add Plants For an Airy, spa-like Ambiance
Air plants and houseplants can not only improve your mood but also help purify indoor air quality and fill your bedroom with natural light. Although they’re easy enough to care for, make sure that you set aside time each week to properly water and fertilize your plants; otherwise, they could end up dead or dying from neglect. It may be helpful to invest in an automatic watering system if you don’t have time to tend to them yourself. Also, consider placing them in a spot where they won’t get too much direct sunlight—air plants are particularly sensitive to UV rays and should be kept out of direct sunlight as much as possible.