You don’t need a full-on bedroom makeover to freshen up your decor and feel better about the room in which you spend a third of your life. If you find yourself becoming bored with your bedroom, here are some ideas you can employ to revive your bedroom’s look and feel, and make you happy every time you go in.
7 Ways To Update Your Bedroom Without Major Change
The great thing about bedroom design is that there are so many areas that you can upgrade. Switching up one or two of these things can make a big difference to your room’s aesthetic. So here are some inexpensive ideas that you can use to feel great about your sleeping space.
1. Switching Bed
First, you can change out your bedding. New sheets can do wonders for a good night’s sleep, and they look sharp, as well. Or you can switch to a comforter-duvet model, also offering tons of options. You can have a duvet for every season or mood, and all you have to do is swap it out.
2. Remodel Furniture
You may have a complete matching bedroom set, but many people don’t. If you do, you can add a comfortable chair and soft throw to give yourself a quiet oasis to read or meditate. You can also add an interesting bedroom bench at the foot of the bed that can provide a spot to put shoes on. Or some remodeling stuff from your old furniture.
3. Low Budget Floor
Many people live in apartments that have wall-to-wall carpeting. That floor covering makes sense because it is quieter on the neighbors, it isn’t hiding hardwood floors, and it is comfortable on bare feet. Throw rugs and area rugs add color and interest to an expanse of neutral beiges and blues, and can spark up a room with little effort.
4. Simple Wall Remodel
Painting the single wall behind your bed can bring out the colors in your bedding, and open up a range of possibilities for displaying art and photos. Wallpapering a single wall also adds interest to your space, and you can even purchase a small attractive rug and hang that to break up the flat look of drywall or plaster. You can paint the wall by yourself to save the budget.
5. Consider to Paint Ceiling
Painting your bedroom ceiling can tie your whole room together and make it feel cozy and coordinated. If your bedding is light-colored, consider painting the ceiling a darker complementary color to make the bedding pop.
6. Bedroom Lightning
A pair of matching lamps not only look polished and add symmetry to your sleeping area, but the light from under a beautiful lampshade makes everything look better. You can custom homemade lampshades to try to do it by yourself.
7. Green Touch
If the plants at your local nursery are still too pricey, try checking your backyard or front yard to see if any plant for indoor. And if you’re low on indoor light, try succulents or research low-light-friendly options online.