As you might know by now, small spaces are some of our most favourite to work with! They force creative, strategic and logical thinking, as well as a use of multinational furnishings and design options. Small bedrooms are not always a feature of student-hood, they're also a typical staple in most young professionals' lives.
With that being said, it's about time to really think about your options and stop feeling helpless. These designers and homeowners have taken small bedrooms to a whole new level!
If you're having a hard time furnishing your small bedroom, don't worry, there's plenty of options! Check mobile, or student-style furnishings to properly fit smaller spaces!
Craving a workspace in your small bedroom? Why not extend the headboard to create the perfect desk space? While you're at it, choose a cool colour too!
Under-bed storage is always a great thing, even in larger homes. Install cubicle-style bookshelves for both great design and added storage.
Here's another example of some great underbed storage with a modern touch!
Sheving systems and storage units are your best friends in small bedrooms. Use them to gather all of your items and to help keep your legroom clear.
Neutrals will allow you to constantly shift and change your bedroom as often as you want. Add colours by means of art, lighting, bedding and comfortable textiles.
We suggest you use the bed side tables, shelving and under-bed storage in order to get the most out of your space!
White is light, fresh and airy. It also creates the illusion of more space! Keep darker items to a minimum if you're looking to create a minimalist or modern feel.
A small bedroom usually means you need to skimp on certain items – but don't every think it means you need to completely be without. Use large-scale art work or decal wall art to add some flair to your small space.
One of the most common techniques for adding light and function to small bedrooms is to make the wardrobe doors into a mirror. Full-length mirrors are never a bad thing!
Built-ins don't have to be so old school! You can have a built-in wardrobe, shelving and storage all in one and with a great look, as long as you're smart with your colours! Avoid busy patterns!
Your small bedroom will be cosy, comfortable and your personal safe haven – so make the most out of it with multifunctional and unique design!
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