Does your bedroom need some serious help, but you don't quite have the jangle in your pocket for a full-on makeover? No worries at all! We have some favorite items — from art to rugs — all under $100, that'll really put their all into making your bedroom a relaxing oasis.
A pretty statement throw pillow adds a touch of luxury to any bed. This one is designed by a Los Angeles-based studio.
If there's one thing we know, it's that your bedroom is meant to be a stress-free environment. Try filling this diffuser with scents known to calm, such as lavender or chamomile.
An easy step toward deeper sleep? Installing blackout curtains. They block out pesky street lamps at night, and, of course, the sun as it rises in the morning.
Once you try out this white noise machine, you'll wonder how you ever slept without it. It blocks out the irksome background noises that apartment living brings for a truly uninterrupted sleep.
Is your mattress leaving your back feeling some type of way? An easy upgrade is a mattress topper. It's more affordable than buying a whole new mattress — that much is for sure.
If you've never tried a memory foam pillow, take this as a sign to do so! They add that extra pinch of luxury you deserve after a long day's work.
Romantic and delicate, these string lights offer magic to your bedroom. Hang them along your bed's canopy, on your walls, or anywhere your heart desires, really.
This is the softest blanket you'll ever feel — just so you know.
Lay down an area rug so you won't have to step directly onto the cold, hard floor on those frigid winter mornings. You could even hop on the rug layering trend and purchase a couple.
Pro tip: This candle from Target smells almost identical to the famed Volcano candle sold at Anthropolgie. And it comes in at approximately half the price.
These are the comfiest sheets out there — we promise. They feel like your favorite T-shirt and come in a variety of fun colors and prints.
A statement nightstand lamp can really help change up the look of your room. This one features geometric copper-finished iron wires, which can add a bit of edge to any space.
If you've jumped up and down trying to see how your shoes look with your outfit in front of the bathroom mirror one too many times, we feel you. But you know there's a solution to that, right? Invest in a standing mirror, already! They're not only extremely practical, but also look nice.
Harsh lighting is a no-no, so why not add a floor lamp into the mix? This tripod has a linen shade and features neutral colors that would work in most spaces.
Carolin Lehmann is an Associate Editor at Hunker. She's a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and has previously written for HuffPost, Seventeen magazine, and a variety of local news outlets. As a studio apartment dweller, she's always on the lookout for new ways to decorate a rental on a budget.