These days, there is more than one reason to spend an ample amount of time in your bedroom: those cold winter nights, the cuffing season kickoff, and an endless amount of binge-worthy TV — just to name a few. Has all that time spent in your boudoir made you realize the space could use a refresh? Perhaps you never quite got around to decorating? Seize the day (and your credit card) and transform your space with just a few clicks. And have no fear, these items — although undeniably awesome — won’t break the bank.
We’ve capped our budget at $99 and still found pieces that will revive any sad sleeping quarters. From a stylish new throw to a set of linen curtains, there’s no question these items are what dreams are made of.
A cardboard box or upturned milk crate might have worked as a nightstand during your grunge phase, but it’s time to for an upgrade. The simple design of this steel table will work in a variety of settings and will only look better with a little wear and tear. If you’re wishing it had just a bit more storage for your nighttime necessities, consider a collection of decorative boxes on one tier of the table.
Factory Side Table,
Nothing makes a bedroom feel more cozy than a soft place to put your feet in the morning. It’ll make getting out of bed a tad easier and give your space a bit more polish.
Natural New Zealand Sheepskin Rug,
A fresh set of sheets can do wonders for your outlook on life. Slip into a set of these powder-blue percale sheets and we guarantee you’ll feel like everything is really coming together.
Percale Sheet Set,
Is your bedroom lacking pattern and punch? Pop this bold black-and-white pillow (or two) onto your bed and instantly add some personality.
Local and Lejos
San Juan Stripe Pillow,
— SPONSORED — Perfect for petite bedrooms, this Art Deco accent table makes for a stylish alternative to the average, bulky bedside table. Top with equally glam trinkets and a retro alarm clock to complete the luxe look.
ROSA Accent Table,
A room covered in dirty laundry isn’t the nicest place to unwind. But there’s also no reason why the laundry basket part can’t be a part of your bedroom’s decor. This sturdy bin is functional and stylish, plus it’s a cinch to roll out on laundry day.
Canvas Round Carry Truck,
Set the mood by hanging curtain panels on your windows. Not only do they diffuse that early morning light, they also provide privacy when it’s time to Netflix and chill.
2-pack Linen Curtains,
Let’s face it, if your bedroom doesn’t smell nice, you’ve got a problem on your hands. After you do your laundry and crack a window, burn a soy candle to improve the aroma. This wild honeysuckle scent will make the whole room feel as fresh as a daisy.
Wild Honeysuckle Soy Candle,
Bedroom feeling a bit lifeless? Plants are an instant remedy to that quandary. Not to mention they are a natural air filter — remember that sixth-grade photosynthesis lesson? Ask your local nursery or plant shop for the best plant for your space.
Blank walls, be gone! Do as Madonna says and “express yourself” by hanging art you love. It will showcase your personal taste and add interest to your bedroom.
"Exploring The Island," 2015,
If you can’t commit to colorful bedding (we don’t blame you), bring in the bold with a throw blanket. Placed across the foot of your bed, it’ll keep your toes cozy and your palette exciting.
When you’re ready to wind down for the night, there’s nothing more inviting than the warm light from a single lamp. Overhead lights can feel harsh and sterile. This task lamp will perfectly illuminate the pages of that new vampire romance novel, too.
Cantilever LED Desk Lamp,
Tie your shoes, toss your mail, or take a FaceTime chat on a stylish bench in your bedroom. It’ll look great at the foot of your bed and is so functional you wondered how you ever did without it.