Do you have a small bedroom? If you’re looking for small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget, you’re in luck! I rounded up some of my favorite small bedroom ideas here! From small bedroom furniture finds to storage ideas, you’ll love all of these great ideas for your small bedroom.
Bedrooms, specifically master bedrooms, are usually the last place we focus on when we’re decorating or renovating our house. Right?
I think it is probably because we usually prioritize other areas of the house that get seen more by guests.
We’re starting to think about some updates we can make to our master bedroom, which is a fairly small bedroom.
I’m, of course, dreaming up a few DIY projects and looking for small bedroom ideas. I definitely want to keep things budget-friendly, which requires planning.
Do you have a small bedroom too? If you’re too looking for small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget, you’re in luck! I rounded up some of my favorite ideas that I’ve found so far! From small space storage ideas to creative bedside table ideas and paint colors, we’ve got a little bit of everything for ya!
25+ Small Bedroom Decorating Ideas On A Budget
Looking for small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget? Here's a collection of budget-friendly decorating ideas that are perfect for a small bedroom space. From DIY projects to creative use of space, here's how to get the most bang for your buck with budget-friendly small bedroom decor.
I love the way she incorporates vintage decor throughout the room in this guest room, which is always a great way to stay on a budget! I love the vintage recipe cards, which are framed for cheap art.
To make the artwork feel more significant, she uses large gallery frames matted down to fit the art. You could use vintage prints, free printable graphics, or pages from a vintage magazine or newspaper to get this look in your room!
Adding bits and pieces of vintage decor is a great way to create a gorgeous bedroom with a lived-in feel. Heading to the flea market is her favorite way to find farmhouse decor!
When you find something interesting, think of ways you can repurpose and reuse it in a new way - like the vintage chair used here as a bedside table.
This DIY upcycle project is so cool! She takes an old room divider that she found at the thrift store and repurposes it as a feature in this small bedroom behind the nightstands as a backdrop for lights (also made from a thrift store find!). You've gotta see how it turns out!
Amanda does a great job of taking advantage of vertical wall space by incorporating wall-mounted lights above the nightstands. This saves room in a small bedroom, for sure! It is one of the top tips for smaller rooms!
Do you love the boho look of cane and rattan on furniture? Build this easy DIY cane headboard to get the look! We mounted it directly to the wall when we were done. We even built a matching rattan nightstand to give the room a cohesive look.
If you don't have much room for a door to swing in a small bedroom, you should incorporate a sliding barn door! We added a fun geometric design to this one so it truly becomes a focal point in our bedroom.
Painting furniture is ALWAYS a great way to save money! You'll be shocked at how this one turns out with just some simple paint and new furniture legs! Painting your furniture a light color is one of the best ways to make a small area feel larger.
This room is full of budget-friendly DIYs and great storage ideas. I love the hanging lights, sliding barn door on the closet, and the storage ottoman at the foot of the bed, which she is using for extra clothing storage (eliminating the need for a dresser to make more room for the desk).
She also made her own art to go above the bed with a small fabric DIY garland inside of an empty frame.
If you are struggling with finding storage in your small bedroom, adding hooks to the wall is a great idea. I love how Lindi incorporates them here as a way to deal with the limited space! You can hang hats, jackets, robes, and more from them.
Do you still need more space in your small bedroom after incorporating creative storage and decor ideas? This post is a great resource for how to declutter your clothes, which is a GREAT way to make more space in your room and closet.
She gives a great overview of the KonMari method, which is what she used to get rid of 50% of her closet. I've used the method a few times myself and it works great! C
an you imagine how much extra space you would have if you were able to get rid of that many clothes in your room?
You may think that if you have a small room, you need to only use light colors in your color palette. And while using lighter colors is a great option for most smaller bedrooms, it is not a hard and fast rule.
You can actually add a ton of depth and personality to your space by using dark and moody colors. This black accent wall makes the entire room feel bigger, I think.
There is something about the dark wall that gives an optical illusion of depth. If you're going to go with a black accent wall, like this, be sure your room gets lots of natural light.
Can you believe that these storage boxes are made of cardboard boxes!? You don't need to spend a small fortune to have pretty storage containers. Learn how to cover cardboard boxes with fabric to make stylish storage containers for your bedroom on a major budget.
Using the space under your bed is one of my favorite small bedroom storage ideas. But there's nothing worse than being able to see your unsightly under-bed storage boxes, so why not make your own bed skirt?
This room has tons of vintage bedroom decorating ideas (like hanging old oars on the wall or making a coat rack with scrap wood and an old license plate) but I think my favorite is using vintage quilts for bedding.
Her mother enjoyed making quilts, so she has quite a collection. Using a vintage quilt like this for bedding is a great idea that will instantly bring an eclectic and nostalgic feel to your bedroom.
Bringing the outdoors in and making decor using things you find outside is a great way to decorate on a budget. Driftwood can be very easy to find in coastal areas and if you find a piece with a flat surface, you can easily turn it into a hand-lettered sign.
Write it out first with a pencil and then paint over it with a small paint brush, thickening the down-stroke lines. A couple of hooks on the top make this easy to hang up with some twine.
Aren’t they all amazing?! There’s a little bit of everything in this round up – small bedroom storage ideas, small bedroom furniture finds, and small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget. Hopefully, you find something to inspire your next bedroom project!!