Whether you adopted a trend that no longer feels fresh or you're simply tired of the same ol' space, there comes a time in most interior enthusiast's lives when a bedroom makeover is in order. However, knowing you want a makeover and actually executing said makeover are two very different things. Fortunately, bloggers and designers are pros when it comes to this sort of thing, offering plenty of inspiration for your next update. To get you started, we're highlighting the best bedroom makeovers we've seen lately and they're nothing short of stunning.
Don't look at your space in despair for another minute—these before-and-after projects are proof that anything is possible.
This bedroom was pretty bland, with almost no decor or personality. The bones, however, are promising: Lots of windows and hardwood floors point toward good things to come.
Talk about impact. This bedroom started off as a humdrum space and became a daring, glamorous showstopper. Painting your walls black makes a big style statement--just be sure you have enough light to balance it out.
Visit The Design Daredevil to see more of the transformation.
This poor bedroom lacks color, texture, and visual interest. Plus, the open bookshelves are unkempt and the clutter in the corner is pretty chaotic.
The power of wallpaper is undeniable. Here, a textured cream-and-gold pattern upgrades drab walls while still maintaining a neutral and sophisticated color palette. The moss green and coral hues give the space an upbeat feel with a hint of retro flair.
Visit Style by Emily Henderson for a look at the complete process.
This bedroom feels devoid of personality and life. Simplicity can be awesome and make a major impact, but not if the result is lifeless. Needless to say, this room was calling for a dramatic makeover.
This renter-friendly master bedroom makeover only includes elements that blogger Joanna Goddard could take with her on her next move. With the room kept white, the impact here comes from personality-packed pieces, like the tufted headboard and patterned pillows.
See more of Joanna's New York City bedroom makeover here.
Walls in screaming shades of burgundy, cobalt, and mustard can be pretty hard to work with, especially for a Scandinavian style aficionado.
Take one room in varying shades of mismatched jewel tones, add a fresh coat of white paint, and voilà: You have a clean slate for your Scandinavian dream bedroom. We love the cool gray color palette, which is warmed up with natural wood accents.
Visit Avenue Lifestyle to explore more of this bedroom makeover.
Teetering piles of clothing and papers are never chic. Meanwhile, bare walls make the room seem forgotten and the dark paint makes it feel lifeless and drab.
This under-$500 makeover proves just how powerful a new paint job and a thorough decluttering can be. Simple styling with a few pops of color transformed this room from drab to striking.
Visit Southern Revivals for a look at the complete budget-friendly process.