As kids get older, their preferences change dramatically, and keeping up with their ever changing tastes can toll of your bank account. When trying to redo boys bedroom on a budget, start with what exactly the look he wants to have.
Arrange the furniture once again
Moving furniture instantly around the room give it an inexpensive makeover and won’t cost you a lot. To avoid too much of experimenting, start by creating a scaled diagram of the room on a piece of paper. Make to scale cutouts of all the furniture and move the pieces of furniture on the diagram until you have layout that you think will work for the space.
Check your home thoroughly
Before buying anything from the market, it is common sense to check what you have in your room already, rather than buying new pieces; however, you can use items from rest of your home. Go shopping in your home and save time and energy. An old kitchen table or coffee table can be repurposed as a desk, while an area rug from guest room can be added in boiy’s bedroom. Likewise, leftover window treatment can be turned into the design or existing drapes can be used to give a new look.
Buy from thrift stores or yard sales
Purchasing reused furniture often look like an excellent way to save money in theory, yet when you are buying pieces, failing to find the perfect item can be a hindrance. When planning to buy new furniture, look for sturdy piece that is well made and of course that is within your budget. Rather than changing the entire furniture, you can buy new knobs and pulls that are easy to install on old dressers or drawers, and a few nails or screws that can turn a wobble table or desk into a sturdy piece.
Paint the walls
Paint is an inexpensive option and painting the wall gives you a dramatic difference in bedroom. However, it can be used in several others ways to redecorate the space. Repaint the old furniture to make it look vibrant, including items that you already have. If you don’t have lot of money in your budget for accessories, painting furniture in solid shades like blue, green or red gives visual appeal without requiring you to buy decorative pieces.
Lighten the room
Lighting is often neglected part in the space, yet it creates a large impact. Light fixtures and lamps can be budget breakers and buying ones doesn’t fit into the budget. However, lampshades are cheap and they change overall look the space, also the light is filtered. To keep things bright, light colored lampshades are preferred with a wide opening at top.