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Quick Fixes to Turn a Tacky Bedroom Into an Oasis

Learn how to turn your bedroom into a sanctuary you'll never want to leave #smallbedroomideas #bedroomideas #bedroomdecor

Your bedroom should be just more than a place to sleep: It should be your sanctuary. This room should be a place where you go to to de-stress, not create it! Here are a few quick tips on how to create that oasis feel without breaking the budget:

My first tip is to trash the posters on your wall. There’s nothing that says tacky more than taped-up posters. Replace the poster(s) on your wall with framed artwork or wall décor. The main colors of my bedroom are whites and grays so I made sure to stick with artwork that complemented those colors. ZGallerie is one of my favorite places to buy art – almost all of the art in my apartment is from there! My second tip is to keep your dresser as neat as possible. I’ve already written a blog about how to keep your dresser tidy which you can find here. It has been scientifically proven that even just looking at a mess can cause stress or anxiety – this is something you definitely don’t want walking into your bedroom! Buy a makeup organizer to leave on your dresser and find a dedicated spot somewhere in your bedroom for your hair supplies. I promise that just this simple tip can make a world of difference.


My third tip, which goes along with the second, is to not leave clutter around your bedroom. Stop throwing your clothes on the floor and just leaving them there! One solution for this is to keep a misc. box or basket somewhere in your room for those lazy moments.


I have one of these behind my TV! Just make sure to actually go through it once in a while to put items back where they belong. My second to last tip is to make your bed every morning. For those lazy girls out there – don’t worry! Later on this week I’m going to show all of you how to make your bed while you’re still in it! There’s nothing more relaxing than coming home to a bed that’s already made. Finally, my last tip is to add some flowers to your room. Studies have shown that people who keep flowers in their home are less likely to experience anxiety or depression. Not only are they good for your health, but they are beautiful as well!

I hope this post has been helpful and please feel free to leave any questions or comments in the comment section below! I’ll make sure to link the, “how to make your bed”post later on this week. All resources from my room will be in the Shop section.
xo, Chelsey

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