If you’re anything like us, you could scroll for hours through pictures of beautiful K-Pop bedroom decor ideas. There’s so much that can be done, but where to start? These 6 tips will help you create your dream room without breaking the bank.
1. Decorate a wire wall square grid.
These square grids are extremely versatile and can be used to display just about any kind of K-Pop memorabilia.
With the help of small clothespins, you can hang photocards, slogans, keychains, string lights, and more.
2. Display digital prints or polaroids in a creative way.
Prints only cost a few cents to make and can be organized into a collage on your wall. From heart-shaped to organized rows, the possibilities are endless.
Creating a garland by stringing rope or ribbon is another option to display your favorite pictures. Tip: Use fairy lights as the string of your garland for an aesthetically pleasing look.
3. Pick a color scheme.
The most cohesive rooms follow a theme. Though it’s completely optional, it’s a good thing to keep in mind! A soft, white room feels airy and light.
A pink-based room is girly and youthful. For a more subtle approach, decorating a neutral-colored room with pops of pink (or any bright color) can bring the desired look without going overboard.
4. Make use of unique spaces.
If you don’t have much space in your room, make use of spaces like the perimeter of your desk and the surrounding wall.
Using vertical space and/or incorporating box shelving is another way to make use of space when square footage is lacking.
5. Incorporate some words.
A way to avoid having 25 pictures of your bias’s face in a row (Not like that’s a bad thing, though) is adding some sentimental words. From wall art lyrics…
…to whatever phrase you want to cut out of paper, the choice is yours!
6. Make it authentically YOU.
It’s fun to get inspiration from rooms you see online, but at the end of the day, this is your space. Decorate it however you see fit! Whether that means adding just a little touch here and there…
…or being a bit heavy-handed with the merch…
…your room is your space to express yourself. Happy decorating!