As someone who enjoys browsing my favorite websites for new furniture and design items, it’s incredibly tempting to renovate my bedroom whenever I come across a fantastic, affordable piece. Because that would be highly wasteful and just not achievable in reality, I decided to share the love and spotlight some of my favorites under $350 pieces that would make any sleeping area shine. Seriously, you will want to experience these gorgeous, budget-friendly furnishings and accessories that, if I do say so myself, will make any bedroom look classy and calm! I’ve gathered a few products that will go well together if you feel like doing a major overhaul and purchasing several of them — or even all nine!
Queen, Black Modway Halcyon Cane Woven Rattan Headboard
My friends were all DIYing their cane headboards a few years ago because merchants sold these pieces at exorbitant prices. There are now so many incredible cane pieces on the market that are both elegant and inexpensive (the selection on Amazon alone has grown dramatically!). I adore this classic black headboard, which comes in full, queen, and king sizes. Canes will never go out of style.
Set of two 18-inch metal mushroom table lamps
A gorgeous bedroom would feature this set of brass mushroom lamps. For an elevated, vintage-inspired aesthetic, place one on each of your nightstands, or use one on your bedside table and the other on a dresser. They’ll literally and metaphorically light up your room with their brilliant shine and amusing form.
Speaking of nightstands, this design is incredibly gorgeous and appears to cost $1,000 more than it does. I generally search for nightstands with drawers, and this one is quite spacious. It’s lovely to store a Kindle, my favorite eye masks, plus lotion and lip balm while keeping the top of my bedside table tidy.
If you’re anything like me, you only sometimes like to work from home while sitting upright at a desk. As a result, an accent chair is a fantastic choice when you want to relax while reading an email or making a phone conversation. Zara Home’s design is robust and soft (and is also majorly on-trend).
Jungalow Stone Pyramid Bookends were used to design the Opalhouse.
As a voracious reader, I’m always seeking unique ways to display my numerous books, and I’ve discovered that you can always have a few sets of bookends. Don’t you have a bookshelf in your bedroom? Display a few favorite novels or your recent library haul in these sculptural pyramids on your dresser or nightstand.
There’s no denying that vintage rugs are stunning. Many people equate these textiles with exorbitant prices. The good news is that you can keep your rug budget around $350 by browsing Etsy. I’ve bought many Turkish carpets from different sellers on the web and have been completely satisfied with them. This one, for example, measures approximately seven feet by slightly more than ten feet and costs far less than something you’d find even at a big box store! Even though it comes from Turkey, it is also expected to arrive quickly.
5 hooks LANDKRABBA Rack
Handbags make my heart race, and I’d surely put a few favorites on this coat rack. It’s a win-win situation: I can view my purses while relaxing in my room and quickly grab whatever I need before heading out for the day, all while conserving closet space. These large twin hooks are both practical and beautiful.
Abstract Artwork in a Frame
Without some framed art, no bedroom is complete. An abstract piece like this one would look great hanging over the bed, establishing that region of the room as a focal point. Artful Walls makes it simple to order prints that are already framed, so all you have to do when they arrive in the mail is take a hammer.
Trinket Dish in Gold Tiger
A small catch-all tray completes any bedroom. I keep one on my nightstand to hold my rings and bracelets while I sleep, but these also work well for storing loose change and receipts. Remember that trays don’t have to be expensive; there are many stylish, low-cost options, such as this adorable tiny tiger pattern piece from World Market.