Girls Budget Bedroom Makeover


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After recently moving into a rental home, I needed to work with an existing wood wall to create a comfortable, beautiful, yet affordable room for a young tween. With some neutral paint, budget shopping, and a bit of ingenuity, my daughter now has a room to call her own! #EasyUpdate
Time: 1 Day Cost: $125 Difficulty: Easy
  • Working around existing wood-paneled wall, I softened the look for a young girl with inexpensive sheer panels
  • Layered bedding and $5 yard sale mirror
  • $15 DIY oversize chalkboard made with large picture frame purchased at an auction.
  • IKEA budget draperies and hardware
  • Re-finished dresser and neutral paint
  • Craig's List dresser and vanity painted solid white
  • Re-finished antique iron bed
  • TJ Maxx bedding on a budget
  • Before - existing room with sage walls and broken blinds

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  • Susan Bass
    Susan Bass Mesa, AZ
    Gorgeous! The room looks modern, light and airy.
  • Marcy
    Marcy Rogers City, MI
    Sophia, I enjoy seeing a pretty room on a budget, very nicely done.
  • Lisa House
    Lisa House Vickery, OH
    Awesome. The mirror was worth WAY more than what you paid for it, I have one that hung in my grandmothers home for a very long time. The pictures on the wall weren't mentioned but they are gorgeous!
  • Nancy Benner
    Nancy Benner Roseville, CA
    The outcome is elegant. The only thing that I would do differently for myself is hang the mirror, or A mirror, with the desk to use as a very charming vanity.
  • Debi53
    debi53 Broadway, NC
    Your daughter is blessed to have such a caring mom. What a lovely room for a young girl.
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