Small Bedroom Setup Guide
At times, we have no say in the case of small bedroom decoration. Small spaces can be claustrophobic if overdone with furnishings. But the good part is, the size of the room doesn’t matter and with some organization and strategic styling even small bedrooms can feel like an oasis. Take a look at some of these ideas to help create an illusion of a bigger bedroom.
Incorporate Extra and Hidden Storage
You can pop in your belongings in a small bedroom, with extra shelves and rails. This will help keep your clothes stored and sorted and will give your room a tidy look. Each and every corner in the room should be utilized well like you can hang reading lights above the bed or use wall lights. Besides, shelving will help organize the books, photo frames and some faux florals in the room.
Make Use of Bunkbeds and Beds with StorageBunkbeds are a great way of saving space in any small bedroom. If it’s the kids’ room, it works even better. Bunkbed will help free up the extra floor space that you otherwise wouldn't have in your room. Beds with drawers can make a statement. You can simply stash your extra bedding and belongings that make a perfectly practical option.
Make an Illusion of Bigger Space with Light
You can make any room appear bigger by simply letting some extra light in the room. By letting in some natural light in the bedroom through windows, ventilation, you can create an illusion of a bigger room.
MirrorsOne of the clever ways to reflect light and make your space look bigger is by using decorative mirrors and mirrored furniture. This strategic styling will make the room appear brighter and bigger and also add to the aesthetics.
Colourful Throws and Soft Furnishings
Small bedrooms can be made to look bigger if you introduce some bold and bright colours in the all-white or light-toned bedrooms. One of the best things about the throws is that you can mix and match the patterns, colours, and sizes. You can change them every few days and have fun!