The bedroom often gets neglected, style-wise. Guests see our living or family rooms so much more often so we tend to give those spaces more love. And while your bedroom doesn’t need to be overly accessorized, by refreshing a few pieces, you can make it a happier space that you really want to be in without spending too much. You deserve to love your bedroom.
To help I’ve created three design plans like we did with the budget living room post, using the same neutral furniture to show you how you can update and refresh in a way that is guaranteed to be pulled together and stylish. The accessories are all under $500, which is still a chunk of dough, but with just a few of those pieces you can amp up your style just with a few clicks.
For those of you who want a gender-neutral bedroom this color palette and design could be for you. With the hits of black, gray, and leather it feels sophisticated, stylish and yet timeless and calm. It just takes a few simple patterns – in the , and textiles, to liven up the simple furniture. No risks here, folks – I would never get sick of this bedroom. You can snag all those pieces here:
I have that (two of them, actually) and man is it good.
Next up is one with more color, but still really calm.
Adding some blues will make a bedroom feel more calm and serene, yet give it a little pop. You don’t have to add a lot of color to make a room feel more alive and pulled together – a couple pillows, and pottery is all you need wake up your bedroom so you can sleep better.
For any or all of those products here you go:
If you can handle some glam and brighter colors in your bedroom, then perhaps this speaks your bedroom language. By bringing in a couple pillows, and art in a saturated pink and aqua, your bedroom can feel fresh, colorful, on trend and full of personality instantly. Mixing the gold and plants together balances the organic with the bling. Full of personality, but not too much stuff. Head over here to see all those pieces:
There you have it: three easy affordable bedroom refreshes, that can work with super simple furniture to make your bedroom feel special and stylish. Now you can be excited to go to bed (and wake up!) in your beautiful, styled out (and affordable!) bedroom. Sweet dreams 🙂