If you have been putting off giving your bedroom a makeover because you don't have a large budget to do it right now then you will find this guide very helpful. You don't need to go into debt to redecorate your bedroom. You can create an entirely new look on a surprisingly small budget.
Clear the Clutter - Clearing away the clutter isn't actually contributing to your makeover, but it will give you a solid starting place. Besides the room will look a lot different when things aren't lying around everywhere. This may mean buying an attractive laundry hamper or basket that won't become an eyesore. A small decorative box or serving tray will be a good place to keep your jewelry.
Paint is Your Friend - When you consider the cost of new furniture, carpeting, etc., paint is pretty cheap. It's the fastest and easiest way to change the look of a room without spending a lot of money. You don't have to change the color of every wall. Even one accent wall will have a large impact. Use any leftover paint to cover an old table, nightstand, dresser, etc. Also, if you have a Sherwin Williams or another similar paint store by you check out the mistake isle. It's quite common for people to mix paint and decide they don't like the color with that particular brand or type of paint. These mistake cans are usually in one row and perfectly fine to use.
Kenroy Waterwall Tabletop Fountain
Dimensions: 32H x 14"L x 6"W
Tabletop Fountains - There is no need to try to squeeze expensive art into your redecorating budget. That will just make you feel even more frustrated. Tabletop fountains are the perfect solution. They are considered pieces of art, but they are also very beneficial. Put one on the dresser or nightstand next to your bed and you may be fast asleep in dreamland faster than you ever thought imaginable. The soothing sound will clear your mind and the attractive display will become a focal point.
Bedrock Falls Tabletop Fountain
Dimensions: 32" H x 14" W x 6" D
Bedding Upgrade - The comforter, pillows, etc., are the things noticed first in a room. You can buy cheap "bed-in a-bag" options that include a comforter, sheets, and pillow shams. However, keep in mind that these cheaper products rarely look great through a few washings. If you are going to splurge on something during this makeover make it the bedding. You don't have to buy the most expensive option by any means, but keep in mind that higher quality fabrics do tend to last a little longer, which means you won't be replacing them too soon.