We’re willing to bet you spend the most time in your bedroom out of any other space in your home. However, it can be hard to decorate a master bedroom that hits every note — a calm, organized retreat that helps you sleep without sacrificing your personal style and aesthetic. Follow these simple tips to nail a master bedroom makeover without spending a ton of time or money.
A repurposed barn door adds texture and interest to this rustic bedroom retreat. Use reclaimed wood as your starting point to create a one-of-a-kind piece, adding lights for reading. How farmhouse chic!
A vibrant palm leaf acts as a piece of artwork in this beachy bohemian room.
A vintage map makes a great (and inexpensive!) focal point for this simple bedroom. Shop local thrift stores and markets to find one-of-a-kind pieces.
Forget hiring an artist for the job — you can now pick from dozens of styles of large-scale peel-and-stick landscapes and patterns.
Layering matching rugs on top of wall-to-wall carpeting defines each bed’s space while adding another layer of color and pattern to the room, explains designer Bria Hammel.
Give your existing dresser or bedside table a mini makeover with new knobs. (Some fancy pulls might inspire you to put things away faster too.)
Bedrooms should be a place to relax, but that doesn’t mean they have to be boring. Designer Dan Mazzarini wasn’t shy about incorporating a bold, orange-red backdrop.
A throw pillow is a low-commitment and a low-investment way to see how you like the latest styles and materials (like velvet!) rocking the home decor world. To save a few dollars, keep the same inserts and buy pillow covers to swap whenever you want.
In this bedroom designed by Emily Henderson, a daybed is a perfect solution for seating and a place for Mom and Dad to nap. Try one in your own master for a luxurious update.