Our master bedroom hadn’t been touched since we moved into this house. White walls, white comforter, and white night stands left this room feeling like a blank slate. I gave our master bedroom a refresh for under $300 with paint, new textiles, and some faux greenery.
Master Bedroom Refresh
Before moving into our house, every single wall received a fresh coat of paint in SW Pure White. We were able to break up the stark white look of the kitchen by creating a large island in SW Naval. [You can see our kitchen remodel here.]
With so much white throughout the house, I really wanted to create a calming, yet sophisticated master bedroom space. After much deliberation (and vetoes on color from my husband), I decided on creating an accent wall with leftover SW Naval (and I did it all while my husband was away for the weekend).
Using leftover paint not only saved us money on this bedroom refresh, but we also already knew that we loved the color.
I upgraded our basic white comforter to this beautiful 5 piece modern white and black floral comforter set. Affordable Woven Nook inspired pillow covers with inexpensive 18×18 inserts add more texture and color.
Adding throw blankets creates additional dimension and texture – plus we just love blankets! [View our Best of Amazon Throw Blanket recommendations.]
This area rug will soon go under the bed for an additional level of coziness. Home Depot’s home decor was a happy surprise that I stumbled across. So many great finds for affordable prices.
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Within the last couple years, I’ve started experimenting with greenery and adding them to each space. In my opinion a space just doesn’t feel complete without a touch of green.
I re-homed our faux fiddle leaf into the master bedroom and placed inside the cutest Aldi pop-up basket! On the nightstand is a blue-ish gray vase that used to be in the kitchen and now filled with these realistic looking white tulips.
Your master bedroom refresh doesn’t need to cost a ton of money. Use what you have already in your home, shop for budget-friendly pieces and don’t be afraid to use color!