Creating a Comfy Home

5 Decorating Ideas for Bedrooms

It’s easy to change the look of a bedroom―without even changing the big stuff.

Cozy yellow country getaway bedroom
 Thomas Loof

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No-Cost Ways to Decorate Your Home

You want spruce up your home, but your budget is tight? Don’t worry! We’ve got three unique decorating ideas with items you probably already have.


Cozy Country Getaway

Sunny walls and a grassy rug bring the outside in. Landscape photographs and a nature-themed print reinforce the garden vibe. Glass objects―the display on the dresser and the elegant but humble chandelier―lend a conservatory feel and bounce around light. Big floral prints on the bed are modern and fun (tinier prints run the risk of looking granny). Antiquey, feminine touches, such as the chandelier and the curvy bedside tables, afford old-fashioned charm and warmth. Unexpected accents fend off frumpiness. An appliquéd pillow gives the bed a cool focal point, and a bold white lamp adds a modern smile to the room.
To buy: Natura paint in Jasper Yellow 2024-50, $50 a gallon, for stores. Rosemoor standard shams, $75 each; queen duvet, $290; and Leblond Moss throw, $205: for stores. Beaded birdcage chandelier by Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic Couture, $625, for stores. Color Reform rug (6 by 9 feet), $3,899, ABC Carpet & Home, 212-674-1144. Artichoke lamp, $525, Barbara Cosgrove Lamps, 816-221-3461 for stores. Linen appliquéd pillow, $100, for stores.

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