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20 Small Bedroom Decorating Ideas On A Budget With Photos

These Ideas Are Perfect For A Tiny Budget

small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Looking for cheap bedroom ideas for small rooms?

Of course, everyone would love to turn their bedrooms into beautiful spaces fit for kings and queens.  After a long day, there’s nothing better than being able to come home and relax in a space of your own. Unfortunately, everyone doesn’t have the money or the space to turn their bedroom into the space of their dream.  However, having a small space and a small budget doesn’t mean that your style has to suffer.  With just a few tips and tricks, you can turn your bedroom into a space that you’ll love to relax in. If you’re looking for a way to transform your small bedroom and don’t want to break the bank, here are 20 small bedroom ideas perfect for a tiny budget.

small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Inexpensive trunks and storage bins can be a great way to save space and reduce clutter in a small space.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Wall decals can be a great way to make your small bedroom feel fancy.  Decals like these can be purchased for a low price from websites like Etsy.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Even something as simple as adding an accent wall can not only liven up your bedroom, but make it look more spacious as well.  Painting an accent wall is something that can easily be done on your own.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Adding inexpensive throw pillows to your bed can help liven up the room and help things feel a lot less cramped.  If you’re feeling extra creative, you can even make your own throw pillows.

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Placing a table at the foot of your bed can be a great way to use space, especially if there’s not a lot of room on the sides of your bed. If you’re handy when it comes to putting things together, you can purchase an inexpensive table from a furniture store like Ikea.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Attaching lamps to the wall is something that is cheap, easy to do on your own, and great for saving space.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Adding plants to almost any room can be a great idea, but in a small bedroom, plants can make a world of difference.  Also, the great thing about plants is that you can spend as much or as little as you’d like.  Even if your budget is as small as $20, you can still find a plant that may work for you.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Having a small bedroom and owning a lot of things are two things that just don’t mix very well.  Adding shelves to your bedroom can be the perfect solution.  You’ll have place to store your stuff, and you won’t have to break the bank.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

When you’re dealing with a small space, you definitely want to make good use of all of the space you have.  Using a small corner table/desk can help make use of a corner that may have otherwise gone unused.  A table like this can be purchased for as low as $40.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Make the most out of the space under your bed by turning it into organized storage space.  Using milk crates (which you might be able to get for free) you can make a whole bed frame and use the crates for storage.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Using dividers can sometimes help make your room feel bigger. You can find dividers for as low as $30.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Mirrors are also a great way to make any room look bigger.  Not only can mirrors be purchased  for a low-cost, but they’re also easy to find at thrift stores and/or yard sales.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Adding patterns to your walls can help liven up your small space. All it takes is a few rolls of wall paper!

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Want to make your bed look fancy? Making your own duvet cover can be an awesome and fun way to do that. Have no idea how to make a duvet cover? No worries! That’s what the Internet is for.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Adding embellishments can make even the tiniest spaces look luxurious. If you’ve got some extra fabric lying around you can easily put together something like this.  If you don’t have fabric, no worries, it can be very cheap!

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Making your own headboard can be quick and easy.  With just a few pieces of cardboard you can have something like this.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Getting creative with your lighting is also a cool option.  You can make awesome signs like this using nothing more than christmas lights, tape, and cardboard.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Simply cutting colored construction paper into shapes can be a cool way to design the walls of your room.

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Got some extra jars lying around? Try placing some electric candles into them for some added lighting.  Quick, easy, and cheap!

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small bedroom decorating ideas on a budget

Don’t have a lot of space to place picture frames? Using clothes pins and extra Christmas lights can be a cool way to hang your pictures on the wall.

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Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.