We love how this bedroom designed by Regan Baker boasts a bohemian feel despite the statement piece: That large-scale photograph of a traditional yellow bedroom. For a similar look, opt for a high-impact photograph of an interior that both reflects and juxtaposes your own space. And in true bohemian fashion, simply lean it against the wall instead of hanging it.
1 - Wall Mounted Rack | 2 - Wire Basket | 3 - Woven Basket | 4 - Iron Baskets | 5 - Spice Rack | 6 - Storage Bench | 7 - 3-Tier Tray | 8 - Coat Rack | 9 - Rustic Caddy | 10 - Organizer Rack Chalkboard | 11 - Countertop Stand | 12 - Wooden Crates | 13 - Bin Ladder | 14 - Towel Holder Rack | 15 - Coffee Mug Holder | 16 - Organizer Rack | 17 - Galvanized Caddy
Ok, we saved the best for last. This master bedroom reveal from ‘Studio DIY‘ is freakin’ awesome. I mean, seriously. Awesome.  Stunning bed you want to climb in and spend all day Sunday in? Check. Gorgeous wall art you could DIY or thrift? Check. Oh, and they included “before” photos of this room, and yes, it started out the same boring bedroom we all have. So no excuses!

“When you’re working with a small space, a neutral palette is ideal,” Bobby Berk advises. Go for subdued, natural colors, and stick with them throughout the space. In a bedroom, for instance, opting for white cotton sheets, a white linen duvet, and a neutral quilted throw can achieve a layered look without relying on bold pops of color, which can feel cluttered
However, most parents don't have the funds to lavishly decorate their child's bedroom, nor should you spend your hard-earned cash on furniture, bedding and decor that has inflated mark-ups and little long-lasting value. Truth is, you can create a fabulous room for your teen without going broke in the process - or even without spending much money at all.
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