Boosting Your Bed and Bath Without Breaking the Bank

Homeowner Improvements on a Budget

Many homeowners look around their house and see room for improvement, but some of them are unsure of how to go about making changes that won’t be too costly. Homeowner improvements on a budget aren’t always easy to come up.

Bathroom updates are among the most expensive ones to make, especially if you go for a full renovation, but they can also be the most effective when it comes to boosting the aesthetic of your home. The bedroom can also benefit from a little attention, especially since it can help you reduce stress and anxiety and get better sleep. But how do you get started without breaking the bank?

The key is to focus on decor, storage solutions, and new bedding and linens. That way, you won’t have to spend too much money to create real change. You can also do some research on feng shui to learn more about how the position and arrangement of your belongings can affect you, or simply rearrange the furniture in your room to give it a better flow.

Keep reading for some great tips on how to boost your bedroom and bathroom on a budget.

Invest in New Linens

New linens for your bed, new towels for the bathroom, and new curtains for the windows will create simple change in those spaces and give you a little bit of luxury without busting your budget. Look for neutral tones that will work with any color palette; this way, if you decide to change your wall color or decor down the road, you won’t have to worry about re-buying these items. Consider blackout curtains for better sleep, especially if you work late hours; you can find blackout curtain panels at many local retailers like Target, Walmart, or Ross. 

Decluttering Won’t Break the Bank

Decluttering can be hugely beneficial in several ways, from helping to boost your mental health to giving you a fresh start when it comes to getting better rest.

Go through your bedroom and start sorting items into piles: one for things you want to keep, one for things you can sell or donate, and one for things you don’t want to get rid of but don’t need to keep around.

This will be especially helpful once you start to buy new linens since it’s always advisable to clear out some room first. You can rent a storage unit for the items you can’t part with; keep in mind that the average cost of a storage unit in San Diego, California is higher every year and is $179 a month.

Change Out the Artwork

Even if your bathroom doesn’t have much space, you can turn it into a haven simply by making some small changes to the decor. Change out the artwork, look for an affordable shower curtain with a fun design (you can find several interesting shower curtains on Amazon or local retailers) and add some relaxing candles that will keep the room smelling fresh.

This is an easy way to elevate the room without spending tons of money.

Rearrange Furniture

The way your bedroom is arranged can have a significant effect on your mental health and ability to get good sleep. Even if you’ve decluttered, it’s important to consider whether you’re maximizing your space. Good flow is crucial, so the bigger items — your bed, especially — should be placed in an area that will allow you to move freely without affecting your rest.

Boosting your bedroom and bathroom to get the most out of those spaces doesn’t have to cost a fortune. With some simple changes, you can ensure that your home works for you. Start by creating a budget, and shop around online to get the best deal for the items you really want.

With a good plan, you can make your home into a haven. Want to work with a professional organizer whose been transforming spaces into livable and lovable environments since 2003? Contact us today.


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