Cheap ways to decorate your bedroom
Cheap ways to decorate your bedroom are available and the result looks greatYou don't have to spend a king's ransom to create a great-looking bedroom. It can be done inexpensively and still look awesome. Here are some cheap ways to decorate your bedroom.
The bed is generally the focal point in the room because it's the largest item. Give serious thought to the type of bed covering used because it is definitely the first thing noticed upon entering the area. Furthermore, consider the material used, how well it washes and how much rough-housing it can endure, particularly if you have small children and dogs that get on the bed.
If starting from scratch with a blank canvas, the bed covering and linens set the theme, style, pattern and color for the room. Quilts, duvets, bed skirts and sham do not have to cost an arm and a leg to look good. Additionally, changing your bedspread seasonally alters the look of the room, providing a change of pace so the room doesn't get boring.
Paint or Wallpaper
Paint is probably the easiest and most affordable way to give a space an entirely different look. If you do the work yourself it's really cost effective. A new coat of paint makes a room look fresh. Wallpaper is another option. Paper the entire room or just one focal wall. Put a border around the periphery of the room. Wallpaper totally transforms a room and it won't bankrupt you.
Toss some beautiful decorative pillows on the bed. This adds color, pattern and visual interest to the area and makes the bed very inviting.
What About Those Blank Walls?
A really original and inexpensive way to spiff up a bedroom is by using wall paper murals. This is the perfect way to create a unique nursery or children's bedroom, but the mural can also be used effectively in adult rooms. Murals and wall decor include wallpaper murals, wall stickers and decals. Those who enter your sleep domain are going to say "Wow!' because this is such a visually interesting and unexpected yet affordable way to decorate a bedroom.
Wall tapestries are another distinctive way to decorate a room and incorporate something interesting onto the wall. Custom-made wall art, including wall tapestries, is a fantastic and matchless way to spiff up the boudoir. Visitor to the bed chambers are going to want to know "Where in the world did you get that?"
Curtains are essential because not only do they enhance the appearance of the room and provide privacy, they block out light, which is necessary if a person works nights and sleeps days. A functional window covering can still be pretty. Curtains helps cool a room in the summer and keep it warm in the winter.
Perhaps you can't afford to re-carpet the entire room. No problem. Strategically place areas rugs in the space. Rugs help define areas. f there is a sitting space in the boudoir, make it obvious by placing an area rug in front of the reading chair. Rugs are a great and affordable way to introduces splashes of color and texture.
Illuminate the room to suit your personal needs. If striving for a romantic look, change up the light bulbs in existing lamps. Pink bulbs flatter everyone and are dreamy. Ceiling lights with or without attached fans and wall sconces are always welcome addition to the bedroom.
A great touch to any boudoir is a swing arm, wall-mounted reading light that is adjustable and allow you to position it exactly where you want it. You can read in bed without disturbing your bed partner.
With creativity, imagination and a little bit of money you can effortlessly and affordably decorate your boudoir beautifully. Sweet dreams!