Before and After: See this tiny New York apartment get an impressive redesign in one day with a $1,000 budget

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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 update Marisa’s unimpressive uptown bedroom into a glorious, homey space in just one day with only $1,000.

To update her bedroom in her Upper East Side apartment, Marissa is looking for touches to make the space cozy with earthy tones, so Taylor has his work cut out for him.

Credit: Marissa’s bedroom before the makeover.

With the goal to bring in a bookcase to show off Marissa’s books and an armoire to hide her clothing, Taylor gets to work. After adding a few simple touches, including using removable colorful vinyl stickers on the wall plug natural textures, the room looks 100% better.

Marissa’s bedroom after the one-day renovation.

To see the complete renovation of Marissa’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
  1. Arched Wood Cabinet Brown, $430
  2. Dome Collection Accent Lamp Gold, $20
  3. Line Drawing Faces Framed Wall Art, $50
  4. Minsmere 2 Door Cabinet, $200

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