Bedrooms are where dreams are made, fun happens, plans are plotted, and peace is felt. Is your bedroom full of all of these things? If your bedroom isn’t giving you those vibes, it is time to change things up so that you can have your own place of wonder. I love refreshing bedrooms! I’ve done girl rooms, boy rooms, master bedrooms, you name it. Here’s my list of the best DIY projects for any bedroom.
Wallpaper has made a comeback and I am here for it! It is a fun way to help make your home more personal. There are countless different styles and patterns available. Are you team traditional wallpaper or team removable wallpaper? I’ve used both for different DIY room refreshes. So, today I’m diving into the top differences between traditional and removable wallpaper.
Light fixtures are a great way to make a big change in your space. I love adding lighting to my home when I am looking to tie a space together because they can add such a wow factor. There are so many amazing options out there, but I want you to have the best of the best! I am sharing my favorite unique light fixtures to fit any DIY refresh. No matter what your space is, I’ve got a light fixture on this list that I’m sure you’ll love!
$20 DIY Closet Mirror Door Makeover
I decided to take my old gold mirror closet door and upgrade it! Because life is too short to not love your closet doors, right? Right! Recently I shared with you how I DIYed my son’s closet shelves, but you know I couldn’t stop there. The old gold mirror style door was almost 25 years old and was killing the whole vibe of his room. And instead of spending the money to buy an entirely new door, I DIYed this one for only $20! Plus it’s a super easy DIY project for beginners. Which makes this $20 DIY closet mirror door makeover easy, beautiful, and affordable! I know you’re going to love it, let’s get started!
DIY Ikea Closet Update
Do your kids throw everything in their closets when it’s time to clean their room? Or is that just mine? Well, today we’re bringing order to that cluttered closet with a DIY Ikea closet update! For this closet transformation, I was determined to make sure every item had a place. Which meant adding a lot of storage. But, I also wanted it to look amazing and not break the budget! And guess what? I nailed all three with this $200 closet makeover! Check out my hacks below.
Modern Slat Wall Design You Can DIY
Whenever I start a new project I always like to draw it up to help me visualize things first. Although I have a pretty good idea of how I want a space to feel, I might not have all the decisions made. That’s just part of the DIY process. In the room makeover I did for my son, I had been thinking about adding a slat wall but was still undecided. It wasn’t until after putting a wallpaper mural on all four walls (and finishing some other things up in the room) I decided a slat wall was the right move. Yes, this meant covering up some pretty wallpaper, but not a lot. If that makes you sad, just wait. The end result was worth it! Here’s a step-by-step on how I made this modern slat wall design, so you can replicate it in your space.
DIY Trundle Bed Anyone Can Make
Sure you can go out and buy a bed frame, but making your own DIY trundle bed is way more fun! Right? At least I think so. I recently did this for my son’s room and to be honest, building a bed frame big enough for a trundle felt a little bit like a giant game of adult Tetris. But it’s totally doable. Let me share how I built my son’s trundle bed so you can repeat this project in your space.
DIY Shiplap Ceiling With Faux Beams
If there’s one area of the room that’s often overlooked during a remodel, it’s the ceiling. Usually, you can just add a fun light fixture and be done. Though sometimes the room needs a little more to pull it all together. For my son’s room I remodeled, I decided to build a DIY shiplap ceiling with faux beams. I knew that added touch would really give the oasis feel I was going for. Let me share some behind-the-scenes of this project so you can repeat it in your space!
Modern Boy’s Bedroom That Fits Your Aesthetic
I recently did something I’d never done before. I took myself on a solo trip. It was AMAZING. On that trip, I had a lot of time to dream up my next projects. First on my list was updating my second son’s room. I wanted it to feel like his, while still looking nice with the rest of the house. You know? Let me share with you this modern boy’s bedroom for my son, and my first steps to bringing the vision to life!