A narrow place can feel crowded, frankly, not alive. But sometimes we don’t have noise in the size of our bedroom. And the good news is that a few strategic organizations and creative organizations will make your small space feel quite close to extraordinary. Okay, maybe not fancy, but spacious enough to be your oasis at the end of a long day, and stylish enough to show off. Just steal the tricks of these designers, and you will know the actual size does not matter. Up front, 8 small bedroom ideas that change the game.
1. Install Sconces
This pint-sized bedroom was designed by J. P. Horton to flex some of the secrets of small space design. First, sconces, which do not take up surface space because they are mounted on the wall. And next, a side chair, which can be pulled as a bedside table if necessary.
2. Go Wild With Wallpaper
This might seem a bit much for a small space, but a thick and bright wallpaper can help your room and give the effect of a jewelry box. You don’t need to cover the entire wall to make a statement. Just choose a smaller angle to print in a pleasant print, as did DB Studio in this room.
3. Pay Attention to Scale
Each item is carefully chosen to work in a small space. For example, the narrow bedroom table fits into a small corner perfectly, and because it’s on the leaner side, they make sure the two-tiered table on the other side of the bed offers additional surface space. Then, they walk vertically with a gallery of walls to attract the eye.
4. Customize Your Headboard
Wall-to-wall headboard designed specifically by Brady Tolbert for Emily Henderson Design to meet the needs of homeowners in function and style. That’s a guaranteed way to make sure your bedroom is all you want. In the case of small bedrooms, a special headboard with built-in nightstand saves a lot of space.
5. Use Bigger (But Fewer) Furnishings
This may seem counterintuitive, but supplementing a small space with only a few large-scale pieces (not a pint-sized mix of furniture) can actually make it feel more majestic. Resist the urge to push all your furniture against the wall. If you create space behind furniture, it makes the room look more spacious than before.
6. Downsize Your Bed
If you need to sacrifice your queen or even double you, don’t worry. Twin beds still have a lot of potential to be your stylish dream place. In this small bedroom designed by Arent & Pyke, a special corner headboard covered with Kelly Wrestler’s fabric sets the tone for a room that stands out, no matter its size.
7. Put Stuff Under Your Bed
In this bedroom by Martin Lawrence Bullard, the architectural oddities that already exist are played by wallpaper, linear graphics that contrast with more traditional elements throughout the space. But the most genius element? This bed has a drawer underneath for more storage when you are short of closet space.
8. Utilize Built-Ins
The built-in bookshelf gives you extra storage space without having thick furniture protruding into the room. These hot air balloon printed wallcoverings bring a sense of dream and movement to the restroom. This is a beautiful way to frame a wall mounted shelf. Designer Katie Lyndon aptly described it as both classic and imaginative.