Before and After: With just $1,000 and one day, this Harlem bedroom gets a brand new look

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In the series $1K Dream Room, host Will Taylor uses a modest budget of $1,000 to turn drab spaces into dream apartments.

In this episode of $1K Dream RoomWill Taylor of Bright Bazaar is on a mission to redesign Sarah Ann’s bedroom with just $1,000 and one day.

Sarah Ann wants to bring everything together within the space but doesn’t want to lose its cozy and comforting factor. With high ceilings and plenty of natural light, Taylor can’t wait to revamp the bedroom by first switching up the furniture layout. By bringing in texture and more neutral colors, Taylor is aiming to amplify the tranquility of the bedroom.

Sarah Ann’s bedroom before the renovation.

One of the best ways to dress up bare windows is with sheer drapes, and Taylor used affordable ones from Amazon. After layering two textured rugs and adding more serene accents, the space looks completely different.

Sarah Ann’s bedroom after the redesign.

To see the complete renovation of Sarah Ann’s bedroom, watch the full video above. And to shop the decor and accessories from the makeover, check out the list of products used below.

Shop this bedroom’s furniture and decor:

Credit: Target and Amazon
  1. Embossed Striped Ceramic Lamp, $10
  2. Stripe Fringe Area Rug, $19.99
  3. Rattan Armchair with Metal Legs, $180
  4. White Sheer Drapes, $35.99

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