Essential Tips When Room Renovation Awaits Ahead

How about a room makeover at a low cost? Liked the idea, right? Well, know that this is possible and the result can surprise you much more than you think.

After all, having a nice room doesn’t have to be expensive or laborious. Check out the tips we’ve separated and start rolling up your sleeves.

1. Planning and budgeting

Every reform, big or small, needs a financial starting point. In other words, you need to know how much you can and want to spend.

This makes all the difference in the choice of materials and the reform profile (complete or partial). The budget will also help you find out if it is possible to outsource the labor or if you will be the head of the work yourself. To create a spreadsheet with the detailed renovation costs including everything you want to change, from floor to ceiling.

2. Room Style

The second important tip is the definition of the decorative style. It will guide your choices and prevent you from getting lost among so many options on the market.

Several decorative styles can please you. One of the most popular is the modern one, characterized by the use of neutral colors, functional furniture, and a clean design. Even within the modern line, you can opt for the minimalist style marked by the concept of “less is more”. The modern style also includes Scandinavian, where natural lighting, pale wood and the use of white color predominate. Another darling of the moment is worth mentioning, the industrial style. In this decorative style, rustic materials such as bricks, demolition wood, and exposed cement are the flagship.

In an opposite line to the modern style is the classic style. Here, elegance and sophistication are fundamental pieces, but with a more elaborate and ornate design. The furniture can bring details such as tufted upholstery, for example.

Another decorative style option for the bedroom is rustic or country style. In this style, raw wood, the use of earthy tones, and floral prints predominate.

3. Transform furniture

Tired of your bedroom furniture? Know that you don’t have to buy everything new. You can renew furniture you already have in simple ways. One of them is doing the painting. Choose a color that matches the style of the room and make the change. But remember to sand and clean the furniture well before painting.

Another way to renew your furniture is using the enveloping technique. Here, the tip is to use vinyl stickers to change both the color and texture of the furniture. There are also other popular techniques such as patina and decoupage that go especially well with country styles.

When it comes to renovating your furniture, it’s also worth changing the cabinet door handles for more modern models or ones that better fit your decorative proposal.

4. Change the bedding

Bed linen is a fundamental part of the room’s decoration. It brings comfort and beauty to the decor. For modern and minimalist rooms, the tip is to invest in bed linen in neutral colors, such as white, black, and gray.

The most youthful can risk a touch of color in the bed linen and still bring geometric prints, for example. The classically styled rooms are beautiful with bedding in noble fabric such as silk, satin, or velvet.

To complete the arrangement of the bed, use footboards, pillows, and pillows.

5. Change lighting

Every good project always takes lighting into account. She is the icing on the cake in any environment, especially in the rooms, where light contributes to a greater sense of comfort and warmth. For this, the tip is to invest in yellowish and warm lights. In addition to the central lighting, you can add other light points in the room, such as pendant lamps beside the bed, lamps (simplified installation), and directable spotlights on the ceiling.

Another good option is LED strips. Cheap and easy to install, LED lights don’t require breakage or skilled labor, which makes everything so much easier.


Tags: Bedding, bedroom, bedroom decor, bedroom renovation, decorations, home decor, interior design, renovation

Author: Renata Kralevska


A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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