15 DIY Bedroom Upgrades for Under $25

15 DIY Bedroom Upgrades for Under $25

Nancy Mitchell
Oct 10, 2017
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If your bedroom could use a little pick-me-up, but you don't have a ton of cash, check out this collection of 15 charming DIY projects that will set you back less than $25.

Above: DIY gold foil wall art (the background is a free printable!) from Sugar & Cloth.

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Love neon signs but don't have hundreds of dollars to spend? Try this DIY version from I Spy DIY.

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This DIY textile wall hanging (made with wool roving) is from A Beautiful Mess.

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Organize your jewelry with this crystal necklace display from Minted.

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Get a big impact for a little money with this DIY watercolor wall art from Vintage Revivals.

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Add some green to your bedroom with these DIY plant pockets from Design Love Fest — perfect for succulents.

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This DIY pom pom basket from Honestly WTF is a pretty way to cut down on clutter.

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These modern geometric mobiles from Brit + Co. look expensive, but are actually made from drinking straws.

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Update a boring piece of furniture with this ombre DIY from Paper & Stitch.

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Turn a plain old IKEA sheepskin into something much more exciting with these DIY dye instructions from Paper & Stitch.

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Display treasured items under this DIY ombre cloche from The Crafted Life.

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Havea dresser or desk that could use a little more pizazz? Try these DIY faux brass drawer fronts from Sugar & Cloth.

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They chose a shibori fabric, but you can use pretty much anything that catches your eye to create this fabric wall hanging from Alice & Lois.

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Try these DIY patterned throw pillows from Sugar & Cloth to add a little color to a boring space.

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From I Heart Organizing, instructions for creating wrapping paper drawer liners that will have you smiling every time you open your dresser.

Re-edited from a post originally published 3.15.16-AL

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