A cramped bedroom is unlivable and feels claustrophobic. But, most times we have no say in the size of bedroom we have. Fortunately, you can make your small space feel roomy enough with little creative organization and strategic styling. Everyone needs an oasis to retreat to at the end of a long day that is stylish to invite a friend over.
Also, you can incorporate various things you like into your room as long as you know the tricks to use, and size will not be an issue. Below are some ideas to save space in your small bedroom that is game-changing.
1. Tuck Your Bed Away
If you live in a studio or you have to use your bed for more than just sleeping purposes. A trundle bed is a good option, or have a DIY solid platform with a retractable bed under it to add in your space to have a multipurpose bedroom space.
Once you create this space, the wooden platform creates room for a sofa where you can sit and a bed at night. For this idea, ensure you use quality sleepy’s mattresses and beddings and keep the place clean organized to enjoy the space.
2. Bring In Foldable Pieces
If you love the idea of adding an accent chair to your room but space is limiting. Use a slim stool alternatively, and if it's foldable, the better, and you can tuck it away when you are not using it. Using such pieces reduces having your bed pieces and clothes being everywhere. Plus, in a tiny space, you can find a way to maintain your sophisticated style by incorporating what you want in different forms.
3. Use A Lean On Mirror
You can make your bedroom set a certain mood that you want. Paint the paneled walls a dark color, add plush velvet seating and classic landscape photos. You can blend modern and traditional styles even in a tiny space. Once you achieve the design and style you want, to make your room feel larger, lean a modern mirror against the wall to give this impression.
4. Use Dark Colors
Contrary to popular belief, choosing to have a room with dark colors does not mean your room will feel smaller. Sometimes they have the opposite effect and create an illusion of an expansive space no matter the room you want to feel bigger.
Choose an inky wall paint, plump pillows, and a duvet of sandy hues. Also, select linen bedding that blends well with your dark color walls to give an edgier feel.
5. Install Inventive Storage
When you have a tiny bedroom, you have to get strategic and scrappy about storage space. If not, you will always be looking for something, and you have a lot lying around for there is no storage space. To create extra storage space, opt to have built-in drawers and a framed bookshelf. Not only can you use the bookshelf for extra storage, but display art and décor.
6. Pay Attention To Scale
In a tiny bedroom, have fun with shape, color, and prints. But do not overdo it. And still, pay attention to scale. Search for tiny bedrooms online to get inspiration on ways to scale your small room. For instance, when shopping for a vase, choose a tiny one that matches the proportion of the bedroom space.
Plus, you do not have to keep your walls boring white. For instance, you can have a beige color on your walls and have a studded headboard that blends perfectly with the wall color.
To sum up, it is vital to enjoy the bedroom space you spend every night. Not to dislike it and feel it is a burden to sleep there because of how tiny it feels and looks. You can create a lovely space that you retreat to every night as long as you know the tricks and tips to make your room better and affordable.
The above ideas will help you utilize the space of your tiny bedroom. Other ways you can try is using all the available surface space you can find, such as a window sill or adding a day bed if you want your bedroom to double in size.