Decorate your home for less with savvy ideas for affordable, impactful updates. See how to give the rooms in your home a boost with DIY decorating projects from repurposed items, or how to use what you already own to create a brand-new look. You can get the look you love while maintaining a budget that works for you. We will show you how to spend less and get more when decorating your home.

In a pre-war New York City apartment, a rich sapphire wall accentuates the expansiveness of a relatively small master. Osborne and Little’s butterfly pattern upholstery—seen on the lampshades and chair—inspired the bedroom’s overall color scheme. The custom headboard in a Schumacher fabric is flanked by hand-painted vintage Korean chests; the settee at the end of the bed is vintage and custom upholstered.
As you can see in this bedroom designed by 2LG Studio, each item is carefully chosen to work within the architectural quirks of the space. For example, the narrow bedroom table fits into the little nook perfectly, and since it's on the slimmer side, they made sure it offered plenty of drawer space for extra storage. The light patterned wallpaper, aside from brightening the room, can also introduce a fun personality.
Look absolutely amazing in my daughter's nursery! They are 3D and beautiful. They can be used as a magnet and with the sticky "tape" that comes with it. A few fell off the wall so I cut an additional piece from the pad of tape that came with it for added security and they have stayed put. Otherwise, you can further secure with the mainstream 3m wall adhesive, etc.
A tiny bedroom can be nice and cozy, but it can also be a bit of a storage nightmare. How do you squeeze everything you need into a room that’s barely big enough for a bed? Originating as it did in Europe, where tiny apartments abound, IKEA knows a few things about small bedrooms. Here are picks for your tiny sleeping space—some specifically designed to solve small-bedroom woes, and others that just happen to be perfect for smaller spaces.
In a pre-war New York City apartment, a rich sapphire wall accentuates the expansiveness of a relatively small master. Osborne and Little’s butterfly pattern upholstery—seen on the lampshades and chair—inspired the bedroom’s overall color scheme. The custom headboard in a Schumacher fabric is flanked by hand-painted vintage Korean chests; the settee at the end of the bed is vintage and custom upholstered.
When you decorate your home, start with your bedroom. Why? Because it’s your most personal space, and the one you spend your downtime in. Make it important! When you’re looking for ways to decorate your bedroom easily and cheaply, you might feel at a loss of where to start. It’s easy to do though, and here are some charming but cheap bedroom decorating ideas and DIY bedroom decor that won’t break your budget!
There's a certain ethereal feel to attics because of the unique architectural lines. If you have an a-frame or sloped ceiling, embrace that dreamy vibe with romantic materials and light colors. The way the light pours into this room is just divine—we'd never want to leave this little cocoon. Decorate with loose linens, a netted pendant light, and a vintage area rug for a pop of color.
Decorate your home for less with savvy ideas for affordable, impactful updates. See how to give the rooms in your home a boost with DIY decorating projects from repurposed items, or how to use what you already own to create a brand-new look. You can get the look you love while maintaining a budget that works for you. We will show you how to spend less and get more when decorating your home.

Look absolutely amazing in my daughter's nursery! They are 3D and beautiful. They can be used as a magnet and with the sticky "tape" that comes with it. A few fell off the wall so I cut an additional piece from the pad of tape that came with it for added security and they have stayed put. Otherwise, you can further secure with the mainstream 3m wall adhesive, etc.

If you like to have a bold bedroom decor, you can try the bold and vibrant painted color wall. The yellow and dark blue color will create a unique style yet bright vibe to the room. If you think that painted the wall all in a bold color is way too much, you can paint it near the headboard of the bed. Complete the decor with the cabinets to both sides of the bed.
In a pre-war New York City apartment, a rich sapphire wall accentuates the expansiveness of a relatively small master. Osborne and Little’s butterfly pattern upholstery—seen on the lampshades and chair—inspired the bedroom’s overall color scheme. The custom headboard in a Schumacher fabric is flanked by hand-painted vintage Korean chests; the settee at the end of the bed is vintage and custom upholstered.
Out of every space in a home, your bedroom is without a doubt the most personal. Even though it's an area many of your guests may never actually see, it still deserves a great deal of attention. It's where you recharge, reflect on the day, and even spend time reading a book, so it only makes sense for it to feature the right color palette and furnishings. And let’s not forget that it also has to showcase your design style accurately and complement the overall aesthetic that’s reflected in other areas of your home.
Decorating a small space doesn't have to mean boring. Whether you're outfitting a cozy attic bedroom or a cocoon-like master, your space still calls for excellent design. Layers of texture, brilliant furniture choices, and loads of creativity can turn your small space into the room of your dreams. Browse these 55 small bedrooms, which prove that petite spaces can still be big on style.
I absolutely love this wallcovering! I cut each word out separately, but I would suggest not peeling the entire decal off of the the swirly design that is off of Me. It would have been much easier if that particular design wasn't cut out in the middle. The lines get stuck together! That's why I suggest not to peel the entire decal off until you get it started on the wall as you wanted. I followed the picture and love it! There is also a small quote too and I put that on a decorative mirror in my hall. Only marking it as a 4 star....as I the manufacturer should not remove that material that I previously mentioned.
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