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Do you feel like your bedroom walls look a little bit too empty? Or you want a complete new makeover? How about following some of these small tips to decorate without having to beg your parents for a completely new interior which can be very expensive!

  • Pictures. If your walls are empty and need filling, buy a disposable camera and take some cool snaps with your friends. Then when they’re made, stick them on your walls or put them in picture frames. It will immediately make your room look more decorative. Or if you’re not allowed to stick on walls, why not get some string and little pegs and hang pictures around your room, or perhaps even buy a pin board and add all your little memories to your walls this way.
  • Fairy lights. They add light and colour to your room! They come in all shapes and sizes so you can chose what’s best for you and your colour scheme. They can be hung above your bed, window, wardrobe, anywhere you think suitable. They can also be very festive when it comes to Christmas and New Year.
  • Posters are often very big but there are thousands to choose from online, in shops and of anything you want. You can get posters of your favourite band, musician, dog, flower, TV show etc. Either blu-tack them to the wall or put them in picture frames to protect your walls.
  • Dream catchers/ hanging objects. This type of thing will make your walls look more interesting and less empty, hang a dream catcher above your bed or a hanging heart bought from a local home store. Loads of shops sell this sort of thing if you look hard enough and quite cheap too!
  • Paint. This isn’t too expensive and you can buy any colour you want. Invite a few friends over and paint one or two of your walls a bright colour. A feature wall will immediately make your bedroom look more colourful and bright. It’s fun too.
  • Cushions. To brighten up your bed or if you have a small armchair, buy some rainbow or patterned cushions. It will make it look more interesting and stand out more.
  • We hope these tips have helped, let us know what ideas you have used to decorate your bedroom! Have fun!


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Lily#blogger teen

Hi all! I really want to redecorate my room, but how do I start? Also I don't really think that my mom would let me use paint.... Do you have any advice or different tips for me? Thx guys! Xxxx Lily#bloggerteen!!!!


11!!!!i share a room with my craky12 year old brother i am 11 BTW And it gets worse!!!! My mom sleeps in there too uggh gross help me


I am 5ft 2in tall. I am 11 and a half

To Aw

Hi, so I had this issue a few years ago, and I got this really useful cubic storage unit for the end of my bed. It has 3 storage cubes and 'draws' and looks really stylish. Also, I got shelves to put my teddy's and books on. Also, plants are such a good idea for your room!! I have over 20 in my room and I love them, especially my ivy's and cactuses as they are low maintenance


I haven’t re-decorated my room since I was 7! In 2018! I’m now 12 and it’s almost 2023! But the problem is I have so many toys in my room from when I was younger and I don’t know where to put them! Because my room is so crowded with them and I want my room to look more grown up! Does anyone have any good storage tips? Thanks


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