SMALL BEDROOM IDEAS
Having a small bedroom isn’t the end of the world. Yes, seriously. And I know, we don’t just sleep there. But armed with a little creative thinking, you can turn your tiny boudoir into a special space with these small bedroom ideas that are big on style! Take these ideas one at a time and address your small bedroom design, storage, layout, and furniture choices to makeover your tiny bedroom space.
One of the first things to remember when decorating a small bedroom is that the design of the room is everything. Because your eye takes in a small space all at once, you need to pay extra attention to the design. This is a good thing! Because your space is small, you can direct attention to one or two focal points, and spend less money while doing it. A smaller room, less to buy! Here are some easy small bedroom design ideas that are sure to make the most of what you’ve got!
In a small bedroom, the bed becomes the most important element. So focus your attention on making it amazing. Bedding, pillows, and the bed frame itself are the most important items in the room. From a design standpoint, making the bed the focal point of a small bedroom makes the rest of the decorating job easy. And, if you love your sleep as we do, don’t skimp on the bed folks. Really, you spend a third of your life there.
Find the perfect pillows for your aching neck. Do what it takes, find those pillows!
Buy beautiful bedding that is soft to the touch. If you are decorating a small bedroom, we recommend you stick to a calming, continuous palette throughout the room, including the bedding. With one very important exception.
You need a statement piece on the bed to keep the room from becoming boring. Just one statement piece will take your bed (focal point, remember) to amazing, which means the room is amazing. Who doesn’t love a strong navy and white patterned throw or rug? You could also wallpaper the wall behind the bed in a trendy graphic. Or if you aren’t into a pop of contrast and color, add texture. A chunky knit throw blanket will do the trick!
Sometimes in a small bedroom, you just don’t have room for a dresser or any other kind of storage. Ah, but you do! Consider the star of the show, the bed. Underneath the said bed, you have tons of secret storage space. Don’t want to just shove all your belongings under the bed? Good to hear. Luckily we have a whole lot of ideas over bed storage you might be interested in…. You can create rolling drawers and other creative solutions for small bedroom storage!
Another option is double-duty furniture.
If you really have a small space or a double duty room like an office, consider a wall-mounted Bed. Much more comfortable than a sofa bed, you can use normal memory foam mattresses on these beds, and they fold entirely up into the wall when not in use. We have some crazy ideas for beds to turn into bookcases, or even home office desks when folded, so consider how you want to use the room.
Float Some Shelves.
If a small nightstand, chest, or bookshelf are all still taking up too much floor space, opt for a floating shelf or two (or three!), which leaves zero footprints and won’t clutter up a small bedroom that’s already tight on space. The best part is that these can go anywhere and also double as display surfaces for cool art, personal objects, and plants.
Hang Your Lights.
Rather than a table or floor lamps, hang pendants (or sconces) for bedside lighting instead to save on floor space. They’re a stylish solution for small bedrooms, particularly alongside the bed. They also work well with floating shelves beside the bed!
Try a Free-Form Rug.
Rugs come in several standard sizes, but these can often be too big or too small, which will accentuate the small size of your space rather than work with it. Consider a rug with an organic shape, like a cowhide, which will distract from the boxiness of your tiny bedroom while adding some nice color and warm, fuzzy texture underfoot.
Try Nesting Tables Instead of side tables
Place a pair of nesting tables next to your bed instead of a traditional side table and you can instantly create more storage room for when you might need it without bringing in more furniture to do the job (plus, bonus points, you can use the empty space underneath the tables for even more storage in baskets or crates).
Add Cool, Clear Furniture.
Furniture like an acrylic bench or set of clear nesting tables can open up your small bedroom visually and also act as storage without making the space feel cluttered. Similarly, mirrors can have the same effect, tricking the eye into thinking the room is larger than it seems. Try hanging one bedside or a large round one above the bed for a light, roomy effect.
Think Vertical Storage.
Swap in a bookcase to add more vertical storage space. If you’re having lots of books, accents, and small knick-knacks, this is a great solution that takes up very little footprint beside your bed.
Pack in Some Plants.
Even if you don’t have room for extra furniture, you can easily add a lively touch with some hanging greenery and plants. Find a corner for a hanging planter or two, or line up several plants along floating shelves for a cute display
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