Designing a home that’s every bit as beautiful is it can and should be is much easier said than done. This is particularly true when it comes to living spaces that will be hidden from the prying eyes of guests. Let’s face it; when it comes to the way your master bedroom looks, you probably don’t care as much as you do about, say, your living room.
However, consider how important your master bedroom is to your day-to-day life. Shouldn’t the place you spend up to one-third of your life be every bit as beautiful, relaxing and inviting as it can be! If you agree, then you know it’s time to give that master bedroom of you’re a much-needed makeover.
Of course, you might be feeling a little gun shy when it comes to the budget. Thankfully, there’s a lot you can do to improve the look of any master bedroom with even the most limited of budgets. To show you what we’re talking about, we’ve collected 12 examples of master bedroom remodels and redesigns, including both the before and after pictures, as well as the budget.
If you think it’s not possible to make your master bedroom and attractive living space in your home, then these awesome before-and-after pictures just might change your mind! Let’s take a look…
1. Drab to Fab
To say that this drab master bedroom was in dire need of an update would be an epic understatement.
Amazingly, it only took Virginia at Live Love DIY around $500 to completely transform the entire space!
2. Bare Minimum
Does your bedroom look like this, with a simple bedroom set that you bought from one of those big box stores?
Well, with a budget of just under $690 (and after selling that bedroom set), Traci at Beneath My Heart created this!
3. Shape to Beauty
The shape of this room and some of the detailing is great, but the design is all wrong.
With a budget of around $300, Cami at Tidbits was able to completely transform this master bedroom into something gorgeous.
4. Royal Purple
This uninspired master bedroom was in dire need of an upgrade and something to make it feel luxurious.
That’s why Sarah at The Yellow Cape Cod decided to turn her $700 budget into a masterfully beautiful purple-themed bedroom.
5. Blank Slate
For this remodel, the homeowner decided to start from scratch, stripping the master bedroom down until she had a blank slate.
All told, it took several thousand dollars to put together to deliciously charming master bedroom you see here. You can read more at Jenna Sue Design Co.
6. Old School to New School
With the outdated furniture and cluttered appearance, there’s no denying that this master bedroom is not just old school… It’s ancient school!
With a budget of just around $400, Marty at Marty’s Musings was able to give the master a complete upgrade! The results are beautiful.
7. Baby, It’s Perfect
There’s no denying that the design of this master bedroom represents the bare minimum.
With room needed for a newborn, you’ve got to admit that this $200 renovation from Domestic Imperfection is actually quite perfect!
8. Dingy to Beauty
While the space for this master bedroom has a lot of potential, the design choices made ensure that it feels dingy.
With a budget of several hundred dollars, Julie Banner was able to make the space realize its potential, brightening it with new décor and paint.
9. Too Much to Just Right
It’s not that the furniture is bad in this master bedroom, it’s just that it’s too much for the space.
Kristi at Addicted 2 Decorating was able to transform the space, making smart usage of garage sale purchase to keep the budget quite reasonable.
10. Beachy Potential
You’ve got to love the space of this master bedroom, but the design is just completely uninspired.
Using a budget of around $1000, a complete transformation was possible thanks to smart materials and furniture pieces.
11. A Sad State
How many homeowners have masters like this, which show neglect due to money spent in other areas of the home?
Well, this transformation, which was done by Southern Revivals, was accomplished for just under $500!
12. Dated to Elated
The blue wall color in this master bedroom is the biggest problem, making the space darker than it has to be.
With a budget of only a few hundred dollars, Décor Chick was able to brighten up the space and make it new again. Some smart, cheap purchases really helped!