Bedroom Decor Pinterest

Bedroom Decor Pinterest

By Eleanor Jones Sep 9, 2014 If you’re looking for cute and Instagrammable ways to jazz up your boring uni bedroom, look no further than these 15 cute decor ideas for your plain walls.1. Cover your wall in pretty photos and fairy lights Photos aren’t just for Instagram you know. Print yours out and cover your wall in them to display your fave memories. It’ll stop you feeling as homesick AND make you look way popular to your new uni mates. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below fuckyeahcutebedrooms.tumblr.com 2. Add a pop of colour with a printed tapestry Whilst most landlords aren’t wildly keen to let their student tenants run riot with Dulux in their property (SO rude), there are other ways to add colour. Simply hanging a bright tapestry adds an instant pop, and it’s far less faffy than painting. Pinterest Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3. Utilise that black and white printerThere is a benefit to being too skint to afford colour print cartridges, y’know. You can print out cool images and quotes from your favourite Tumblrs and make a cool monochrome collage! Ink-redible, no? (Sorry.) Pinterest Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4. Get creative with the fairy lights As you’re probably guessing, fairy lights are an absolute must in any student’s interior arsenal. Put a quirky spin on yours by hanging your favourite snaps from the lead of the lights with pegs. Focus on just one corner for extra minimalist chic-points. onekindesign.com 5. Get EVEN MORE creative with the fairy lightsIf subtlety ain’t your bag, just go the whole hog and cover your whole wall in your fairy lights ‘n’ photos combo. Plus you’ll need a use for the pegs your mum gave you since washing your clothes will probably be a rarity. onekindesign.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6. Invest in washi tape and get arty Here’s another way to add some colour to your room without pissing your landlord off. Washi tape is thin paper tape that comes in zillions of gorgeous colours and prints. Create pretty diamonds on your wall, like below, OR, for the drunk option, use it to spell out rude words. objectsanduse.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7. Pile up the cushions for chaise lounge vibesWhen you’re not dozing, make your bed look extra inviting by piling up the cushions. By making your bed less er, bed-like and more loungeable, your room will become the chilling out hub of the house. Perfect for late night gossip sessions. michaelanoelledesigns.com/portfolio 8. Create an arty heart of photographsTurn your cherished memories (read: drunk selfies) into pretty wall art by fashioning the into a pretty heart. Add some random pretty photos from your Pinterest to get a colour theme going. pinterest Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 9. Invest in some graphic cushions and fabricsClashy printed textiles will add some character to your bedroom, and you can even get your blah-looking desk chair in on the action with some clever fabric usage. studentrate.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 10. Make your desk space a creative hubYou’re probably going to be spending a lot of time at your desk (at least from second year onwards), so you’d better try and like it. What better way than by sticking sketches and inspirational images on the wall? UHU do a great white tack that won’t leave stains. pinterest 11. Create a statement frame wallCreating a pretty frame wall of your favourite photos, quotes or patterns is a surefire way to make your room the coolest on campus. Just make sure you fill the wall holes before you leave if you want your deposit back (here’s a hack to help you out!) hercampus.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 12. Create a frame wall without the frames If you’re really worried about that deposit (or are just crap with a hammer), you can go for the more easy, fun and temporary framing option – washi tape! Make cool shapes and mix ‘n’ match prints for a seriously cool way to display your pictures. designsponge.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 13. Get your collage on Get the Pritt Stick out and make some elegantly disheveled collages for your wall. Intersperse with some cool quote wall-hangings and fairy lights, and you’ve got a full house in awesome student bedroom bingo. GO YOU! pinterest 14. Get a colour scheme going You don’t need paint, carpet or curtains to create a colour scheme. By simply matching your bedding to some of your wall decor and the trinkets on your shelves, you can create a pretty colour theme easily. colinadotordo.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 15. Add some confetti to the wallIf you’re a bright colour lover, you should try this cute tutorial for creating a confetti wall mural! Or I could just tell you it. Cut some lovely coloured paper into circles and stick it to the wall. Pretty or what? curbly.com Like this? Come and check us out on Snapchat Discover. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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Bedroom Decor Pinterest

By Eleanor Jones Sep 9, 2014 If you’re looking for cute and Instagrammable ways to jazz up your boring uni bedroom, look no further than these 15 cute decor ideas for your plain walls.1. Cover your wall in pretty photos and fairy lights Photos aren’t just for Instagram you know. Print yours out and cover your wall in them to display your fave memories. It’ll stop you feeling as homesick AND make you look way popular to your new uni mates. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below fuckyeahcutebedrooms.tumblr.com 2. Add a pop of colour with a printed tapestry Whilst most landlords aren’t wildly keen to let their student tenants run riot with Dulux in their property (SO rude), there are other ways to add colour. Simply hanging a bright tapestry adds an instant pop, and it’s far less faffy than painting. Pinterest Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3. Utilise that black and white printerThere is a benefit to being too skint to afford colour print cartridges, y’know. You can print out cool images and quotes from your favourite Tumblrs and make a cool monochrome collage! Ink-redible, no? (Sorry.) Pinterest Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4. Get creative with the fairy lights As you’re probably guessing, fairy lights are an absolute must in any student’s interior arsenal. Put a quirky spin on yours by hanging your favourite snaps from the lead of the lights with pegs. Focus on just one corner for extra minimalist chic-points. onekindesign.com 5. Get EVEN MORE creative with the fairy lightsIf subtlety ain’t your bag, just go the whole hog and cover your whole wall in your fairy lights ‘n’ photos combo. Plus you’ll need a use for the pegs your mum gave you since washing your clothes will probably be a rarity. onekindesign.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6. Invest in washi tape and get arty Here’s another way to add some colour to your room without pissing your landlord off. Washi tape is thin paper tape that comes in zillions of gorgeous colours and prints. Create pretty diamonds on your wall, like below, OR, for the drunk option, use it to spell out rude words. objectsanduse.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7. Pile up the cushions for chaise lounge vibesWhen you’re not dozing, make your bed look extra inviting by piling up the cushions. By making your bed less er, bed-like and more loungeable, your room will become the chilling out hub of the house. Perfect for late night gossip sessions. michaelanoelledesigns.com/portfolio 8. Create an arty heart of photographsTurn your cherished memories (read: drunk selfies) into pretty wall art by fashioning the into a pretty heart. Add some random pretty photos from your Pinterest to get a colour theme going. pinterest Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 9. Invest in some graphic cushions and fabricsClashy printed textiles will add some character to your bedroom, and you can even get your blah-looking desk chair in on the action with some clever fabric usage. studentrate.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 10. Make your desk space a creative hubYou’re probably going to be spending a lot of time at your desk (at least from second year onwards), so you’d better try and like it. What better way than by sticking sketches and inspirational images on the wall? UHU do a great white tack that won’t leave stains. pinterest 11. Create a statement frame wallCreating a pretty frame wall of your favourite photos, quotes or patterns is a surefire way to make your room the coolest on campus. Just make sure you fill the wall holes before you leave if you want your deposit back (here’s a hack to help you out!) hercampus.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 12. Create a frame wall without the frames If you’re really worried about that deposit (or are just crap with a hammer), you can go for the more easy, fun and temporary framing option – washi tape! Make cool shapes and mix ‘n’ match prints for a seriously cool way to display your pictures. designsponge.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 13. Get your collage on Get the Pritt Stick out and make some elegantly disheveled collages for your wall. Intersperse with some cool quote wall-hangings and fairy lights, and you’ve got a full house in awesome student bedroom bingo. GO YOU! pinterest 14. Get a colour scheme going You don’t need paint, carpet or curtains to create a colour scheme. By simply matching your bedding to some of your wall decor and the trinkets on your shelves, you can create a pretty colour theme easily. colinadotordo.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 15. Add some confetti to the wallIf you’re a bright colour lover, you should try this cute tutorial for creating a confetti wall mural! Or I could just tell you it. Cut some lovely coloured paper into circles and stick it to the wall. Pretty or what? curbly.com Like this? Come and check us out on Snapchat Discover.

Bedroom Decor Pinterest

Bedroom Decor Pinterest
Bedroom Decor Pinterest
Bedroom Decor Pinterest
Bedroom Decor Pinterest
Bedroom Decor Pinterest

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