If you're getting bored with your bedroom décor, you probably need to give it a new look. Don't be scared of the cost, though. There is a way to do that makeover while staying friendly with your savings.
The first thing you're thinking of is probably to buy new furniture. Actually, you can always use what you already have and just maybe play it up a bit. Give it some new twists and turns. For example, get new curtains. Get them in a new color but that which still matches your walls and your décor. Repaint that bedroom furniture set to make the new look become more pronounced.
A rule of thumb for redecorating a bedroom is always first get rid of stuff that don't belong in the bedroom. There are people who are so afraid of throwing things not because they need them but just because they think the number of years they've had a thing counts for a good reason to keep it. Remember, when you have too much in your bedroom, you've already cut its chances of looking good by half. You have to be able to see your bedroom in its basic form for you to have ideas on how to pretty it up.
As far as making you bedroom look good, color is always major. Get at least two matching colors and have different shades of them in your furniture, beddings, curtains and other décor.
Aside from picking the right colors, you have to remember the importance of sticking to just two colors that you can play with. If you have too many, you run the risk of ending up with a disorganized and unflattering design. The key is to keep things simple. If this room is going to be a place for you to relax, sleep and commune with yourself, you should tone it down and make it conducive to such important rituals. Simple designs are also lovelier than those that have too many details. In fact, the best bedroom designs are made of simply fine bedroom furniture and simple decors that follow a simple color scheme.
Giving your bedroom a makeover can be exciting as it tends to squeeze out those creative juices. Sometimes, you end up surprised at what you've done. You probably thought this wasn't your cup of tea but as long as you keep to the basics and keep them simple, you're always going to arrive at a good design