Our bedroom makeover is finally complete! We’ve been piecing it together bit by bit over the last month and we love how it all came together. It’s become my new favorite place! Before, our bedroom had a very feminine feel so our main goal with this makeover was to make the space more gender neutral while still keeping things light and airy. Our second goal was to transform the space on a limited budget, which we successfully accomplished! The quilt is probably the most expensive piece in our bedroom. We bought it from Target for $70. Besides the sheets, the decorative pillow, the lamp, and the curtain, everything else you see here was either reused or upcylced.
Remember these dressers? They were given to us when we got married and I added some faux stainless steal contact paper to the front and spray painted the knobs to give them a sleek look. Since buying new furniture was not in the budget, this was a great alternative that only cost me about $30! For the full tutorial on how I transformed this dressers click HERE.
Both the shutters that we use as our headboard and the canvas painting I found at thrift stores some time ago. I would eventually like to get a different headboard, but haven’t found one I like yet for the right price.
These black frames I already had around the house and I found these cute free printables online to go in them.
Vintage Camera Free Printable | from Design Editor
“When all else fails, take a nap” Free Printable | from IROCKSOWHAT
So there you have it! I’m here to tell you that you CAN makeover a space on a very limited budget. Sometimes it takes a month or so to find everything your looking for (and for the price you want), but it is well worth it! Some great places that I like to shop for inexpensive home decor items are Target, TJ Maxx, Home Goods, and Goodwill. To save even more money, you may also consider re-using or re-purposing things you already have around your house.