5 BUDGET-FRIENDLY WAYS TO REMODEL YOUR BEDROOM SPACE

Your bedroom isn’t just a place where you sleep – it’s an environment where you and your partner can relax, eliminate the stresses of the day, and rejuvenate yourselves. Unfortunately, an out-of-date bedroom that’s lacking in style or functionality also might not give you the sensational experience that you’ve been looking for.

While some bedroom redesign projects can take a lot of time and money to implement like changing the type of your mattress, there are also several small steps that you can take to remodel your bedroom without spending a fortune. Here we’re going to look at five budget-friendly ways you can transform your room.

1.    IMPROVE YOUR AIR QUALITY

The air quality in your bedroom can make a huge difference to how the space feels. Making sure that you have plenty of ventilation, as well as a fan that can circulate the air around the home, stops your bedroom from smelling stale and unappealing.

Improving your air quality can also help you to sleep better at night, by ensuring that you have everything you need to breathe easy. As well as improving the ventilation, think about adding diffusers to your room for a touch of luxurious scent, a ceiling fan, and even a dehumidifier.

2.    INSTALL FLOATING SHELVES

Clutter is the enemy of a beautiful bedroom space. Unfortunately, once you run out of room on your nightstand, you can end up leaving your belongings sitting on the floor around your bed. A set of floating shelves in the right places around your room give you more space to work with when it comes to storing things like books, perfume, and even makeup.

You can also use your floating shelves as a chance to show off your signature style with knickknacks that are special to you.

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3.    LET THERE BE LIGHT

Nothing revives a bedroom space quite like the right lighting. Start by making sure that you can get plenty of natural light into your room by choosing the right blinds or curtains. You’ll need something that blocks the moonlight out in the evening but lets plenty of illumination stream in during the day.

After you’ve figured out the natural lighting, you can add some finishing touches with things like custom candles, or quirky lamps for your bedside table.

4.    REPAINT YOUR BEDROOM WALLS

Did you know that the colour of your bedroom can actually affect how you feel every day? Human beings have a unique relationship with colors. Blue on your bedroom walls might make you feel calmer, but it can also cause the room to feel colder too. On the other hand, while red is exciting and passionate, it’s also a harsh and dangerous shade that makes it hard to relax.

To get the best results from your bedroom, experiment with how different hues make you feel. Most people find that soft pastel colors are great for bedrooms. What’s more neutral colors will help you to sell your home when you’re done with it too.

5.    UPDATE YOUR HEATING

Finally, if you want a quick and easy way to update your bedroom and make the whole space feel more appealing, why not update your heating and cooling strategy? Adding a new heating unit or AC product to your bedroom ensures that you can maintain the ideal temperature for a good night’s sleep, without having to worry about leaving your windows open.

Remember, if you’re installing new heating systems, make sure that there’s plenty of open space around them. Blocking your radiators with beds and other furniture can make it difficult for you to feel a change in the temperature.

READY TO UPDATE YOUR BEDROOM?

Improving your bedroom doesn’t have to cost a fortune. The tips above, combined with a few finishing touches like the right bedding or a few throw pillows will make your bedroom look and feel amazing in no time. 

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Guest Contributor: Emma Carter

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