7 Inexpensive Ways to Rejuvenate Your Master Bedroom

The master bedroom is one of the most important rooms in the house. It’s where you spend your time sleeping, which is the most important part of the day! But because the room is so important, it can be easy to overlook what’s going on with it. If you’re looking for a quick way to spruce up your bedroom, here’s a list of 7 inexpensive ways to rejuvenate your master bedroom.

Add A Floating Shelf

Shelving systems are often very expensive, so we’re going to focus on the least expensive option: floating shelves. Floating shelves are made by gluing or screwed directly to the wall. They provide extra storage and a way to hang up jewelry, etc.

Mirrors are another item that a lot of people get very attached to, but they don’t always have to be expensive. We like to use mirrors in bathrooms because they help brighten up the bedroom and make the space feel bigger. A mirrored dresser or desk can be great for bedroom.

Creative DIY Bedroom Decorations

A great way to get creative with your master bedroom decorations is to find ways to incorporate your own art or photography. You can pick a subject matter and customize a print, put together a collage, or you can find cheap frames at Goodwill. What’s great is that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to have something to hang on your wall.

Spruce Up Your Space With New Furniture! When you’re ready to buy new furniture in your bedroom, make sure you pick something that looks good without spending too much. You can save money by choosing pieces that are in good condition and you can also invest in pieces that are unique. No one will be able to duplicate that Ikea table in your bedroom, so make sure you don’t regret it!

Replace Your Window Coverings

Okay, so this is more of an idea than a budget-friendly one, but the beauty of window coverings is that they’re cheap and can make a huge difference. If you have some that are looking worn or outdated, replace them with some new, trendy ones. If you have a little bit of money to invest, I love old-school lace with these ultra modern chunky frames.

Most home lighting systems are cheap and easy to update and are a super easy way to improve the feel of the room. You can update your light system by using brighter bulbs, replacing old light bulbs with new, energy-efficient ones, or adding an interesting light source above your bed to create a relaxing ambiance.

Paint Your Walls A Different Color

If you haven’t painted your bedroom in a while, you’ll probably want to touch up the paint, but don’t rush out to the paint store. First, try a Behr paint chip for a quick price comparison. Next, see what other colors the paint chips you like best are. Since you’re only making a small change, even going with a darker color can look bright and cozy.

Your bedroom furniture is the first thing you see when you walk into your bedroom, so you might want to update some of your accessories. A single bed, for example, can look very dated, so instead of investing in new bedding and pillows, you can spend your money on lamps and art. For a simple update, take a cheap pillow from your closet and get a fun fabric to tie it all together.

Update Your Lighting

Lighting is such an important part of the master bedroom because it tends to affect our mood. Make sure you always have neutral or cool light in your master bedroom. You’ll instantly perk up any space you add good lighting to. For the master bedroom, I always recommend an incandescent light for a soft light.

The bedroom is for relaxing, so let’s make it feel like that! When it comes to decorating, I have a simple rule to follow. If you put it up on Etsy, it’s probably fine to use. It will save you a ton of money, and you can still enjoy the items when they’re done being made.

Add Some Flair to Your Room

Adding a mattress and a frame is simple, and it’s the perfect way to create instant appeal in your bedroom. If you’re looking for a mattress you’ll want to invest a little more. A memory foam mattress will make your bedroom so soft and comfortable you’ll never want to get out of bed.

When it comes to adding furniture, you want to think carefully about your style. Your room will need to support the style you want to go for. You don’t want to spend hours shopping for a nightstand that’s just right for your style.

If you’re trying to go for a farmhouse style, wooden furniture is best. But if you’re trying to go for a more modern look, you might consider a more industrial style.

Add A Bench or Scatter Pillows

If you have limited space in your bedroom, you can still add some personality to it with a bench or scatter pillows. These both create some more seating for you, but they also give you space to collect all of your extra linens and supplies you may need for the night.

You can also brighten up a space with a decorative wall hanging or with some simple window trim to frame some light or a night light. The window treatments might seem like a luxury, but if you have the space and you can afford to splurge, they’re a great way to add a little style to your bedroom.

Speaking of adding some personality, you can add some life to your bedroom by using an old vase or a couple of small vases for just a little more style.


If you’ve done all of these things, you’ll have the best looking bedroom you can. You’ll have a lot more space and will feel a lot more comfortable. So check out the rest of our rooms and see what other inexpensive and easy DIY projects you can do!