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Refreshing Your Bedroom for Spring

Apr 04, 2014

It’s officially spring which means it is time to say goodbye to dark colors and hello to brights and neons. Your wardrobe isn’t the only thing that needs to be freshened up this season. Why not give your bedroom some extra love with a few easy and affordable updates!

Patterned Sheets

Bed sheets are a quick way to add a pop of color or a fun pattern. Choose a set that matches your current duvet or main blanket.

Room Essentials Easy Care Sheet Set in Mint Leaf. Target, $15.99Room Essentials Easy Care Sheet Set in Mint Leaf. Target, $15.99Courtesy of Target

We love: Room Essentials Easy Care Sheet Set in Mint Leaf. Target, $15.99

Pillows

Invest in some new pillows or throw cushions to add extra comfort to your bed. Buy them in a few different sizes and your friends can even use them to lounge on the floor.

Gulort Cushion. Ikea, $4.99Gulort Cushion. Ikea, $4.99Courtesy of Ikea

We love: Gulort Cushion. Ikea, $4.99

Candles

Want your bedroom to smell as good as it looks? Add a few scented candles and you’ll be drifting asleep to the smells of cupcakes, cotton candy or sweet flowers.

Voluspa CandlesVoluspa CandlesCourtesy of Chapters

We love: Voluspa Candles - they come in a variety of smells

Picture Frames

Print off a handful of photos of you and your friends and family. Then create a photo wall with a bunch of mismatched frames or grab a frame set that already groups them together.

Tangle photo display. Umbra, $25Tangle photo display. Umbra, $25Courtesy of Umbra

We love: Tangle photo display. Umbra, $25

Have Your Say

What updates will you do to your bedroom this season? Let us know!

 

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moongemowl
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jordand08
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jordand08
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hugebear
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Mrawsomegamer
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