Creating a Master Bedroom Retreat on a Budget

This picture is old school,but I want you to see the canopy I am talking about from Bed, Bath, and Beyond.

This picture is old school,but I want you to see the canopy I am talking about from Bed, Bath, and Beyond.

Once upon a time not too long ago, I had absolutely no furniture in my bedroom. 

The thing is no one knew. 

Not because I hid my room from them, but because I decorated it so well; that they could not tell. 

I wish I had some pictures of what it looked like, but at that time I didn't know that I was going to change my career to follow my life’s passion.

The truth is all I had was a mattress set on a frame.

So with like barely no budget, not much money at all and lots of creativity; I created a sanctuary master bedroom.

Here is how I created a master bedroom retreat on a budget.

Start with killer bed covering like a complete comforter set or a really nice bedspread. 

If your money is really super tight, then make your bed nice and neat with a sheet set. 

You can Youtube how to make a bed. 

We received a complete comforter set gifted from our wedding registry.  Cost nada!

For the nightstands, I used décor tables and purchased glass tops for them. 

I purchased the tables, glass top, and table cloth at Walmart.  

And no, I'm not an affiliate.

I want to help you create a beautiful budget friendly master bedroom that you're worthy of.

The tables and glass tops cost $5 each. It cost $20 for two tables with glass tops.  The table cloth cost about $5 each as well. The complete look cost about $30. 

Sorry for the wrinky dinky picture, but that's all I could find on the Walmart site.  I had a clear glass top, the picture is of a mirrored one. Whichever suites your taste is fine.

Sorry for the wrinky dinky picture, but that's all I could find on the Walmart site.  I had a clear glass top, the picture is of a mirrored one. Whichever suites your taste is fine.

For a romantic look and to distract from the fact that I had no headboard, I purchased a 4 poster bed canopy from Bed, Bath, and Beyond.    

This cost about $50 because I purchased a high end brand.  You can find them as low as $30. 

I attached my canopy directly to the ceiling.  I prefer the way that looks rather than have it droop down.

I used fabric roman window shades and curtains that tied in the colors in the room. 

My room was all neutral shades like dark and light tones of beige and creams. 

It made for a light airy romantic feel.

For lighting, I purchased lamps from Target, one for each night stand table.

I kept my night stand simple: glass of water, candle, and a book. 

My husband’s night stand had his alarm clock only.

I had no artwork. Feel free to use artwork for an added punch.

RECAP

Budget Friendly Master Bedroom Design includes:

Sheer 4 poster canopy

Décor Table

Décor Table Glass

Décor Table Tablecloth

Lighting- 2 lamps

Window Treatment

Bed covering

Extra pillows- total of 4 pillows for extra fluff look (we had no headboard)

Artwork

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