Hgtv Bedroom Ideas
You can save lots of money by taking on your own remodeling projects. When HGTV fan leela4493 moved into her new master bedroom, it came with a stunning gas fireplace she couldn’t wait to start using. She felt it desperately needed a stone surround to make it the centerpiece of the room, though. To save money, she and her husband spent approximately $700 on the entire project, including cement board, stone and all other materials. Now, it’s without a doubt the focal point of her master bedroom, and, according to her, it gets used every single day.
Hgtv Bedroom Ideas
When walking into this spacious and elegant master bedroom, you would never guess that every piece of furniture is from a discount store, wholesale club or budget-friendly home store like Ikea. From the Target headboard to the Walmart area rug, HGTV fan BeachBrights was able to save hundreds of dollars to put toward the other rooms in her home remodeling plan. She stuck to the budget and didn’t sacrifice style — now that’s a win-win situation.
Hgtv Bedroom Ideas
HGTV fan freshchickdesigns wanted to create a soothing bedroom retreat that could serve as an inspirational home office space, too. To form the best of both worlds, she used crisp, white bedding with a variety of colorful throw pillows, added an oversized floral area rug and placed DIY artwork above the headboard.
HGTV fan KarenSpirit wanted the look of custom wood-paneled walls in her guest bedroom, but cost was a concern. Rather than adding the more costly 1 x 4-inch judges paneling, she added a thinner, more budget-friendly option in less than one week. To make the molding stand out even more, she painted the top half of the walls a nice blue-gray hue and the ceilings an asparagus green. Apple-green accents throughout the room really set off the crisp white walls.
HGTV fans Christine and Mark-Anthony of Mahzer&Vee know color. They’re constantly searching for statues and figurines to paint in fun and exciting hues to sell in their shop, so it’s no surprise that their bedroom is just as colorful and eclectic as all the home accessories in their Etsy shop. To save money, Mark-Anthony hung the wallpaper (his first time!) on the back wall behind the bed. Budget-friendly decor and furnishings in a vibrant palette help complete the look, although Christine claims they constantly change out the pieces on the dresser.
You won’t believe this: The only new purchases in the bedroom were the window treatments and black silk accent pillows. HGTV fan room4change was determined to create a retreat on a small budget, so she saved money by repurposing almost everything in the room or making it from scratch. “I made the headboard and painted the lamps, shades, chandelier, picture frames and dresser hardware,” she says. “I made the artwork over the bed and painted/re-covered the side chair.” We’re certainly impressed!
Although HGTV fan LeeshaVay spent 26 hours hand-stenciling and painting this accent wall, it was well worth it. She says the room previously featured plain beige walls and a sponge-painted ceiling fan (among other decorating faux pas). After discovering this hand-painted “wallpaper” idea from Jones Design Company, she immediately decided to replicate the look in her own master bedroom by downloading the template for free.
If you really want to stick to a budget, one of the best ways is to scour local flea markets, thrift stores and yard sales for vintage furnishings. Here’s some key advice: Pay attention to the frame, build and overall structure of the piece. Upholstery can be replaced in hours, but the condition of the frame is the most important. HGTV fan whitecanvas71 found two vintage chairs for $5 each to incorporate into her spare bedroom sitting room. She removed the seats, then sanded, primed and painted them a modern black hue. The final product is two sleek black chairs with brand-new seat cushions and upholstery. Plus, she learned how to sew pillowcases, so she added a hand-painted monogrammed accent pillow for practically nothing.
With some low-cost purchases and simple DIY projects, HGTV fan tiffer40 transformed her bedroom for only $500. Her husband helped her build the lighted headboard, they stained their existing furniture and updated the space with smart buys from favorite design stores.
Can you believe that this Swedish bedroom was once dark, tiny and unappealing? HGTV fan LiveLikeYou saved the windows from an old house nearby and installed them to create a source of natural light. She then painted the floor, walls and ceiling stark white and integrated color through her use of accessories. The most eye-catching piece in the room, the nightstand chest, was a vintage find that she painted a vibrant turquoise hue for practically nothing. Other repurposed and salvaged finds include the wooden blue and white desk as well as the matching chair.
HGTV fan cgrawson wanted a young, funky and hip bedroom retreat, so she created a Jonathan Adler-meets-Domino Magazine space by using a cool color palette mixed with vibrant hues and chic accessories. Since she had a small decorating budget, she had to get creative and repurpose most of her furnishings — or make them herself, like the plush patterned headboard.
Since moving into their first home, HGTV fan carrielott3 and her husband had not embarked on many design projects until starting their master bedroom redo. With a budget in mind, they decided to build their bed frame, hand-stencil and hand-paint the walls, and buy all of their bedding and furnishings from discount stores like Bed, Bath and Beyond, TJ Maxx and Overstock.com.
After spending most of her budget on her living room, HGTV fan evansjm1 had just enough left over to create a dreamy boutique-inspired bedroom. By scouring websites like Overstock.com and the sales sections of favorite home decor sites, she found amazing deals like this Nicole Miller bedding for only $99.
Artwork can be expensive, so grab a paintbrush and create your own. HGTV fan lilpolarbear made over her entire bedroom for under $2,000 (and that includes all new furniture!) by painting her own artwork to coordinate with the room’s chocolate and green color palette.
It is the place where you can design custom furniture, find inspiration for your room makeover, and get expert advice to help you pull it all together. The HGTV HOME™ Design Studio by Bassett can help you design the perfect custom furniture needed for your home, or put together a complete room makeover plan that fits your style.
A good night’s sleep is very important to the HGTV personality — so much so that he recently helped design his very own special-edition mattress for Stearns and Foster. But according to Scott, getting a truly restful night of sleep takes more than a great mattress. Everything from the bedding to the furniture, and even the room’s paint color, can prevent us from getting some solid shut-eye.
HGTV fan mysweetsavannah gave her 11-year-old daughter’s room an incredible candy-inspired makeover while she was away at camp. An abundance of DIY artwork and decor, like the PEZ dispenser shadowbox collection, candy and white tissue pom-poms, helped keep the project budget-friendly.
In this 1935 restored bungalow, HGTV fan CvilleJanice wanted to create an inviting room filled with soft hues and natural light. First, she painted a soothing blue color on the walls and left all the molding and trim stark white. The most eye-catching pieces of the room, however, are the antique Victorian headboards that she took from the home next door, featuring true period trim and crown molding. With a little scrubbing, sanding and paint, CvilleJanice was able to turn the headboards into the perfect bed backdrops.
Look for furniture at thrift stores and local consignment shops, and try to find pieces that complement but do not necessarily match your bedroom. You’re bound to save money if you stay away from purchasing entire bedroom sets. Design by Patrick Baglino, Jr.
Think outside the box. If you’re in the process of building or redesigning your bedroom, consider creative ways that you may be able to save money in the future. For example, the wall of this bedroom, made entirely of 4X4 lumber, eliminates the need for side tables, lamps, shelving and even a bedframe if you want. Design by Antonio Ballatore
Designer Tips for an Ideal Bedroom Layout Where to place furniture in the bedroom can be a tricky dilemma, especially if your room is long and narrow, has an abundance of windows or is a tight fit. Four designers share tips for making the most of the space you have.
One, move your workspace out of the bedroom. If you want to set the mood in a bedroom, you cannot have anything that takes you away from that relaxing vibe. So don’t have a workspace. Don’t have a desk. Don’t have something that reminds you that you have emails outstanding.