Our master bedroom was made over last year – if you need to refresh your memory, check out this post. Spoiler alert: there used to be a RED ceiling, broken windows, and wallpaper all over. Craziness!
One of the
problems joys of loving design is that you’ll never truly be “done” with a room. At least not for long. I loved our master bedroom when we finished it last year, but it was lacking some warmth. I’m working on slowly bringing in some wood pieces and cozy textures to warm up the space a little bit.
Most of the room has stayed the same, but I’ll be changing it up a little in the next year or so. I got a few pieces from hayneedle.com to help me with my bedroom refresh, and I also “shopped the house”. (just a note that affiliate links are included in this post for your convenience)
I brought this blanket basket in from my daughter’s nursery – she just takes everything out of it while I’m trying to put away laundry anyways!
I’m trying these lights out on my nightstand – I got them from Decor Steals. If you guys aren’t familiar with that site, they sell amazing vintage farmhouse inspired home decor in a “flash sale” style…so they don’t have a lot of things on sale at the same time, but they add new styles every day. My husband might be mad that I ever found the site – but it’s seriously my favorite! I love it and it’s a great way to find awesome home decor pieces at great prices.
So are you in need of a little room refresh? Here’s my quick tips – that don’t have to cost a lot of money!
- Add a plant
- Greenery goes a long way to add style to a space for just a few dollars!
- Throw pillows and blankets
- The first thing I do when I’m trying out new colors or trying to change up a look is through these accessories. It’s a relatively low budget way to add a new style to your room.
- Change out your hardware
- We changed our hardware on our dressers to add a little visual interest – another low cost and no risk way to change up your room.
- Use a duvet
- I LOVE using duvet covers because they’re so much less expensive to change. The duvet covers I get are usually under $75 (pillow covers included) so it’s a great way to change your bedroom’s style without having to buy a more expensive comforter.
- You should know I’m a huge fan of painting everything by now! If painting the walls is too much of a commitment, then just paint a smaller piece of furniture.
- Buy something inexpensive from the thrift store and a paint sample to make it a very low budget project.
I’m sure you’ll be seeing more of this room in the future, but for now, I’ll enjoy it just as it is!
Just a little reminder of how far this bedroom has come – have you seen all of our before & after pictures from our fixer upper yet?
A big thank you to hayneedle.com for providing some of the products in this post. I’m thankful that I can work with brands that I know and love! As always, opinions are always 100% honest and my own.