If you are looking to re-decorate your bedroom or simply spruce it up a little, this guide is great for tight budgets. It is easy to improve your bedroom and make the room feel completely different with just a few small changes. It doesn’t have to cost you loads either! There are, of course, some things that are worth spending the extra money on, so here are a few tips on where to save money and where to spend more:
Splurge: New Mattress
The first change to make to your bedroom is one that you won’t see – but you will feel the difference immediately! A new mattress is well worth splurging on, as whilst it doesn’t make your room look fresh and new, it makes it feel so much more relaxing. If it is time to replace your tired old mattress, don’t hesitate to do so. There are plenty of great options out there, with newly designed materials and innovations; nothing beats a mattress that contours to your body.
Save: Cushions and Throw Pillows
Whilst a good quality mattress might not be super cheap, the extra layers of comfort that you add on top can be as cheap as you like. Most people choose cushions and pillows based on the design and style rather than the material inside. In fact, many decorative cushions are only there to look nice and they get thrown off before you get in bed to sleep. If you can’t find an affordable cushion that fits your style, make your own.
Bed sheets come in all kinds of colors and patterns; they are something that can be easily swapped out when you get bored too. However, they also come in a variety of fabric blends, which is worth paying attention to. If you appreciate a good night’s sleep, the sheets you buy can make a difference. You don’t necessarily have to spend a fortune here, but the cheapest is also not the best. It can be personal preference which material you prefer, but a good quality cotton, silk or bamboo blend is a good choice.
Blankets are comfortable and add a layer of warmth and coziness, but they also add another layer of texture and style to your bedroom. A good blanket doesn’t need to cost you a lot, as they are not something that you sleep with against your skin or that needs to endure regular laundering. Cheap can be cheerful when it comes to blankets and throws.
Splurge: Unique Art
If you want to uplift your space and add a personal touch to a room, a piece of original art that you love is a great way to decorate your room. Hang it on a wall that is visible and out of direct sunlight, and you can spend lots of time admiring it! Art is something that speaks differently to everyone; if you find a piece of art you love, you should always be respectful and pay the price the artist asks for. Good quality, original artwork is worth it.
Save: Trendy Décor
If you like to spruce up your room regularly and try out new decorating trends and styles, you shouldn’t spend lots of money on expensive décor. If it is something you are going to replace soon, buy it on sale. Even better, go to thrift stores and give something a second chance of life. Buying lasting pieces or re-using pre-loved items is much more environmentally friendly and saves you money too.
Redesigning your bedroom is a great way to refresh your space and make an old room feel new again. It is much more affordable than moving to a new house! There are lots of great ways you can refresh your room, so experiment and have fun!