Revamping Your Space | Apartment Decor on a College Budget

This post is sponsored by Target. As always, the content was completely curated by me and all opinions and thoughts are my own. *Some products are only available in Target stores*

Just before I flew to LA at the beginning of the month, I gave a sneak peek of the new storage and organization for my space. This week, I'm showing some of the decor pieces I've added! I used Target's College Styler tool to find my personal style and it gave me so many ideas. My style was described as The Upstarter, so I went with a clean white look with pops of teal and glamorous gold accents. The results were 110% accurate because I love the way my space looks now compared to the plain-Jane look I had before!

Target literally always has deals. Since I was on a $350 budget, I did the best I could to stretch my money with in-store deals, the Cartwheel app, and online promotions. There's still so much more I want to add over the next month to continue my apartment revamp, but here's what I have so far:

When you paint or add wallpaper to a wall, it can completely transform a room. The challenge with dorm rooms and apartments is that you usually can't paint or adhere any wallpaper. I used the Devine Color removable wallpaper on the bottom half of one wall! It's easy to apply and won't leave residue when it's time for me to move out. | Devine Color Peel and Stick Wallpaper ($29.99/roll)

When you paint or add wallpaper to a wall, it can completely transform a room. The challenge with dorm rooms and apartments is that you usually can't paint or adhere any wallpaper. I used the Devine Color removable wallpaper on the bottom half of one wall! It's easy to apply and won't leave residue when it's time for me to move out. | Devine Color Peel and Stick Wallpaper ($29.99/roll)

What do you think of my new look?

Check out Target’s College Styler at MadeForU.Target.com to find you and your roommate's ultimate college style!