If you've ever wondered what it's like to live in a small room, you're in luck. The Small Bedroom trend is finally making its way into mainstream living as designers and homeowners realize that there's more to life than just big spaces for everything! With that being said, here are some small bedroom ideas for you to consider when creating your dream space.
Keep it simple
Don't over-decorate your small bedroom and make it seem like a party room, but don't also deprive yourself of any kind of style or colour. You can have fun with lighting and accessories, such as wall art and bedding, but keep everything else very simple in design. For example: if you're using a neutral paint colour (white or grey), then use some pops of colour by adding pillows with different patterns or colours (like red). Or if you're going for an all-white look, try adding throw pillows in shades other than white—they'll add interest without overpowering the space!
- Use neutral colours throughout the space so there aren't any hard lines drawn between different areas (elevator vs living room).
Make a statement
You can use a bold colour in the center of your room to make a statement. For example, if you have a black and white bedroom, you could use red or orange throw pillows to add some life to the space. If you're feeling more adventurous, try painting one wall in an accent colour (such as green) and hanging up something neutral-coloured on another wall.
If you want to make sure that your bedding is going to be noticed, consider using it as an accent piece! Our queen-size bedding has been designed for maximum visual impact; there's nothing like waking up with bright blue sheets every morning!
Utilize Wall Space
You don't need a lot of space to make your bedroom cozier and roomier. Wall space can be repurposed to add storage and visual interest to the room. Try hanging a shelf or cabinet on the wall behind the bed, or even build a low wall around the bed for additional storage.
If you don't have enough space for built-in shelves or cabinets, consider using a wall-mounted cabinet instead. You can choose from different styles and sizes to fit in with your existing decorating scheme. This makes it easy to change items as your style evolves.
Another option is to use open shelving units as a way of displaying decorative items on display while still having plenty of room left over for personal belongings like art pieces and books. These units are also great at hiding cables, wires and other unsightly clutter from view.
Find the perfect lighting
Lighting is one of the most important aspects of your bedroom. Natural light can help you feel more energized, while artificial lighting can be a source of stress and fatigue. The right kind of bulb will give you the right amount of brightness, whether it's natural or artificial.
- Choose fluorescent bulbs (which are energy efficient) if possible. Fluorescent bulbs produce less heat than incandescent bulbs and are more eco-friendly.*
- If you want to save money on electricity bills, try LED lamps—they use so little power that they last longer than conventional ones!
Create an organized closet
It's important to have a place for everything, so don't let your clothes go haphazardly scattered across the floor. This is especially true for small bedrooms because you won't be able to fit much else in there besides your bed and dresser. Make sure that all of your clothes are stored away from each other and are easy to access. You'll also want to make sure that your closet space is large enough so that you can find what you're looking for when it's time to get dressed or put on some shoes!
If you’re looking for a fresh look in your small bedroom, we hope this article has inspired you to think outside the box and explore your space as if it were an art installation. The possibilities are endless—and so are how you can make your space feel more spacious and inspiring!