Bedrooms are getting smaller and smaller, especially in big cities. The lack of space can get frustrating, but the good news is that simple decorating tips can help us make our bedrooms not only look bigger, but can also give us actual space so that we don’t need to roll out of bed and end up in the living room.
Mirrors are more than simply a piece of decoration; they have the unique function of being able to make rooms and environments look bigger.
Bed drawers are a good option for small environments. Some bed frames come with drawers, but you can also put your mattress on pre-built platform with drawers.
Walls can be are great allies when we are talking about space. Shelves collaborate with the organization and give you extra room for your books and décor items you can’t live without.
Objects and bedding
You can add color to light environments through rugs, bedding, pillows, a colorful chair or ottoman, and frames. All with no exaggeration. If you get tired of the look, just change the objects and fabrics. The appearance changes without you spending too much.
Placing the TV on the wall is an option to take up less space on furniture. However, it is is important to think where to put the DVD player, the video game console, etc., so that your small bedroom doesn’t become a constant mess.
Frames can enhance the decor, rekindle memories, or serve as means for you to show your art. You can invest in frames of different designs, or have them all in one shape and size. It’s up to your own style. They can be either hung on the wall or put in shelves.
Make Room for Movement
Too much furniture can disrupt circulation, especially in small rooms. Architects recommend leaving at least 25 inches on the sides of the beds and in front of the cabinets. In single rooms, the bed can touch the wall, because they end up gaining space for circulation. Of course it doesn’t work with double beds, since the person who sleeps next to the wall would have trouble getting up.
These are just a few tips to help you make the most of your small bedroom. So keep in mind the details and the clever way the space was taken advantage of in the rooms we have selected to show you. They are modern, warm, creative, and not so uncommon. There are always ideas for all tastes and demands that you can come up with yourself. It is worth studying each environment so you can find solutions to adapt to your own room. Stay alert for other important aspects that can make a difference: the use of natural light, customized furniture, creative storage space, and don’t forget the golden rule: when it comes to small rooms, less is always more.