Bugs That Look Like Ants Are you tired of coming home to a nondescript bedroom?Bugs That Look Like Ants Or have you had the same style for years and want to give your room a new look?Bugs That Look Like Ants Here are some great ways to give your bedroom Bugs That Look Like Ants a new look without spending too much money.Bugs That Look Like Ants There are even a few ways to use what you have.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Decide how much time and money you want to spend.Bugs That Look Like Ants If you have a lot of money to spend,Bugs That Look Like Ants then you can decorate your room to your heart's content.Bugs That Look Like Ants However, most of the time a decorator will have to work within a budget. If you are on a tight budget,Bugs That Look Like Ants however, you might have to cut some corners.Bugs That Look Like Ants For example:

Bugs That Look Like Ants Instead of buying new furniture,Bugs That Look Like Ants you could repaint or refinish your old furniture. Instead of repainting your walls,Bugs That Look Like Ants you could apply vinyl wall decals.Bugs That Look Like Ants This is a popular choice for youth, and for those who cannot paint the walls. Bugs That Look Like Ants also great for those who don't have a lot of time.

If you are crafty,Bugs That Look Like Ants consider some DIY decorations or furniture Consider decorating your room a little bit at a time.Bugs That Look Like Ants Maybe you do not have $500 to spend on redecorating currently.Bugs That Look Like Ants But if one month you spend $50 on paint, the next $50 on new curtains,Bugs That Look Like Ants and so on, it can be more affordable.

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Bugs That Look Like Ants Decide on a theme.Bugs That Look Like Ants While you do not absolutely have to have a theme, this will help you decide what furniture to get,Bugs That Look Like Ants and what sorts of colors and patterns to use for things such as walls,Bugs That Look Like Ants bed linens, rugs, and pillows. Start with something that you like,Bugs That Look Like Ants such as a favorite animal, interest, or color.Bugs That Look Like Ants Here are some places you can find inspiration and ideas: Bugs That Look Like Ants Browse image saving websites,Bugs That Look Like Ants such as Pinterest.

Go through home decorating catalogs.Bugs That Look Like AntsVisit some furniture stores and Bugs That Look Like Ants take note of displays that you like.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Consider whether you will like your theme several years from now.Bugs That Look Like Ants If you are planning to stay in your house for a while and are uninterested in redecorating often,Bugs That Look Like Ants will you still like the theme you have now?Bugs That Look Like Ants If you go through different interests often,Bugs That Look Like Ants choose a general theme (such as colors and patterns you like) for the walls,Bugs That Look Like Ants rugs, and furniture. Express your current interests with smaller items you can easily change,Bugs That Look Like Ants such as lampshades, bed linens, or figurines.

If you are a teen, you are likely to change interests fairly quickly. What were your passions at 13 may be different at 17.

Bugs That Look Like AntsBe careful of over-committing to a theme.Bugs That Look Like Ants It is one thing to have your sheet set have a theme of horses.Bugs That Look Like Ants But if your bed, lamps, curtains, artwork, throw-pillows,Bugs That Look Like Ants carpet, and more have horses, that could be a bit too much.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Make sure your room is clean.Bugs That Look Like Ants If your room is very messy or cluttered, you might want to clean it first.Bugs That Look Like Ants This will give you a blank slate to work with.Bugs That Look Like Ants It will be easier to move things around and see how they look.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Get rid of unnecessary clutter.Bugs That Look Like Ants Review your room decor. Do you have a theme already in your room,Bugs That Look Like Ants or a mishmash of different themes? Consider getting rid of some items that you no longer use,Bugs That Look Like Ants or that no longer suit your taste or style.Bugs That Look Like Ants You can sell these items online or donate them to a charity center.

Bugs That Look Like Ants If you have something that you still like,Bugs That Look Like Ants but that no longer suits the current style of your room,Bugs That Look Like Ants see if you can re-purpose, repaint, or redecorate it.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Consider working with what you already have.Bugs That Look Like Ants If you are on a budget, take a look at your current furniture,Bugs That Look Like Ants and see if you can re-purpose them to fit your new style.Bugs That Look Like Ants A simple wooden bed can easily be made to fit lots of different styles with the right paint job or bed linens. For example:

Bugs That Look Like Ants Paint your bed a solid color for a sleek, modern look. Add a colorful quilt Bugs That Look Like Ants and lots of pillows with different patterns for a boho look. For a vintage, country-chic look,Bugs That Look Like Ants you could paint your bed a base color, and then add a second coat of a crackle-effect paint to get that weathered look. Make an inventory of what stuff you have already got Bugs That Look Like Ants (i.e. article of furniture, sheets, linens, pictures,Bugs That Look Like Ants plants and alternative ornamental things). You may get some ideas on the way to use your recent stuff in new ways.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Give your walls a fresh coat of paint or apply some wallpaper.Bugs That Look Like Ants You can also paint the walls a solid color first,Bugs That Look Like Ants and then paste on a narrow strip of wallpaper going around the room.Bugs That Look Like Ants The strip can be in the center of the wall, or towards the top. Bugs That Look Like Ants If you can't paint the walls or change the wallpaper,Bugs That Look Like Ants tack some fabric to the wall instead.Bugs That Look Like Ants Try to get it as smooth as possible.

Bugs That Look Like Ants If you have a small room,Bugs That Look Like Ants consider painting your walls one color, and leaving the ceiling white.Bugs That Look Like Ants This will make your room look bigger.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Add some extra pillows to your bed.Bugs That Look Like Ants To get that luxurious, hotel-like feel, plan on having two to six pillows on your bed.Bugs That Look Like Ants Place the larger pillows towards the back, and the smaller pillows towards the front.Bugs That Look Like Ants Don't be afraid to mix and match different colors and patterns.[2] Bugs That Look Like Ants Here are some more ideas to get you started:[3]

Mix large,Bugs That Look Like Ants bold prints with smaller, more intricate ones. Combine organic prints with geometric prints Bugs That Look Like Ants. Use contrasting colors. For example,Bugs That Look Like Ants you could get a pillow with a bright green pattern and a plain white pillow.

For accent pillows,Bugs That Look Like Ants consider using something with a textured fabric or an irregular shape. For example, you could get a Bugs That Look Like Ants velvet round pillow or a brocade tube pillow.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Give your windows and walls some color with curtains.Bugs That Look Like Ants Try to match the curtains to some aspect of your room, such as the rug, pillows,Bugs That Look Like Ants or bed linens. Bugs That Look Like Ants You don't have to go out and buy curtains; saris and shawls can make beautiful, graceful curtains. Bugs That Look Like Ants If you live in a rental unit,Bugs That Look Like Ants you might already have blinds. See if you can place a curtain rod on top of the blinds.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Consider draping a floral garland or some Bugs That Look Like Ants string lights above your curtains for an added touch.

Bugs That Look Like Ants Add some softness and warmth with a cozy rug.Bugs That Look Like Ants Try to get a rug that matches some aspect of your room, such as the bed linens,Bugs That Look Like Ants curtains, or wall color. If the headboard is against a wall,Bugs That Look Like Ants get a rug that extends 18 to 24 inches (45 to 60 centimeters) Bugs That Look Like Ants past all three sides of the bed. The most common rug placement is just in front of the nightstands,Bugs That Look Like Ants with the rug extending past the foot of the bed. If you have a longer rug,Bugs That Look Like Ants consider tucking it under the nightstands instead; this will help ground them better.Bugs That Look Like Ants Here are some common rug sizes and bed sizes:[4][5]

If you have a twin,Bugs That Look Like Ants double, or full sized bed, get a 5 by 8 foot or a 8 by 10 foot rug. If you have a queen or king sized bed,Bugs That Look Like Ants get a 8 by 10 foot or 9 by 12 foot rug. If your room already has a carpet,Bugs That Look Like Ants consider placing a small rug on one side of the bed. Sheepskin rugs are great for this.Bugs That Look Like Ants Add a nightstand with all of the necessities. This will make your bed space appear more luxurious and comfortable. Try to include a lamp, a clock, and some flowers,Bugs That Look Like Ants either in a pot or vase. If you like to read, consider having a stack of books. If you tend to get thirsty at night, have a glass and a carafe filled with water; Bugs That Look Like Ants this will save you late-night trips to the kitchen for a glass of water.

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