For many couples (especially parents of littles), the master bedroom is the most overlooked room in the house when it comes to design.
In fact, it’s a shining — or not so shining — example of how so many of us prioritize our own self-care last on our list and last in our family budget.
But you work hard and at the end of the day, you deserve to rest in a space that rejuvenates and inspires you to be your best for those little (and big) people in your life.
Thankfully, giving your master bedroom a much-needed facelift doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. You can give your room a beautiful new look and still not rock the family budget in the process.
Here are my Top 5 Affordable Products to Spruce Up Your Master Bedroom:
A gallon of paint may only run you around $50, but it can work wonders on your bedroom!
Surrounding yourself with a new, calming color can improve your ability to rest and give any room an entirely new feel.
For my free guide to choosing restful colors for your bedroom, click here.
Another way to give new life to your room and your walls is with updated artwork. Again, many couples skip artwork altogether in their master bedroom, but even simple prints or framed family photos can go a long way to making a space look put together.
Artwork is also a fantastic way to gather inspiration for other changes you may want to make in your space. Pulling colors from a beautiful painting and adding them to your walls or bedding is a fantastic way to bring a space together.
New throw pillows on your bed can almost instantly elevate the look of your master bedroom, and they aren’t going to cost you much. These can also be a wonderful thing to change out seasonally if you regularly need a bit of spruce in your room.
Adding new lamps or other lighting to your master bedroom is another affordable way to change up your space. Being able to turn off bright overhead lighting in favor of softer, dimmer lamplight can give your room an entirely different look and also promote a calming, restful environment to begin and end your busy days.
5. A side chair or other seating
Adding a comfortable (and beautiful) place to sit and relax in your bedroom can work wonders. It gives new use to your space and a quiet place to retreat from the chaos of your day. This piece of furniture may even be able to be repurposed from another place in your home, making it an especially affordable addition to your master bedroom.
Are you ready for more than just a small spruce to your master bedroom or another room in your home?