Comfort and convenience can rarely be enjoyed in a cramped space, so if you have a small bedroom, you know that you need to use your ingenuity and creativity to eliminate the claustrophobic atmosphere of your bedroom, to efficiently make use of the limited space, and to establish real comfort, convenience and even luxury in your small haven.
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10. Corner shelves can be great for storing small stuff.
If you have small items like books that you rarely read, flower pots, car replicas, photo frames, and toys, corner shelves can be great for storing them. Pick your drill and build several layers of shelves on your room’s corners. You will have some handy platforms to store those items.
You can make this task a fun and exciting DIY job or you can also buy pre-built shelves that you can attach to your bedroom walls. With corner shelves, you can forget about using bulky cabinets in your bedroom. Source
9. Hang everything.
In a room with very limited space, ceiling is often the most vacant part that you can abuse as much as you want. Instead of using a nightstand that will occupy your limited floor space, why don’t you use a hanging platform? There are actually many things that your ceiling can support, such as plants, shelves and lighting fixtures.
In fact, even your bed can be suspended on your ceiling if you want.
However, for simple bedroom decorating task, hanging small stuff is enough to make your bedroom less cramped. Source
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8. Use rails instead of wardrobe.
Among items that you want to keep in your bedroom is your clothes, but a large wardrobe is definitely not the best choice for your small bedroom. So, instead of using bulky furniture pieces like wardrobe or dresser, why don’t you hang your clothes on rails?
You’ll have much space to save if you do so. You can get your clothes properly stored without having to fill your restricted floor space with bulky furniture. You can fix the rails to your bedroom’s ceiling as explained above or to your wall. Source
7. Get a bed with drawers underneath it.
If hanging your clothes is not an attractive choice as clothes attract mosquitoes and make your room look untidy, use under-bed drawer. IKEA has a lot of beds with this design, so you always have a lot of choices to transform your bed into a reliable storage unit. Of course you don’t necessarily have to buy the bed. If your bed leaves empty space underneath it, you can transform an old drawer into an under-bed drawer by installing drawer frame under the bed and fixing caster wheels to your old drawer. Source
6. Use floating vanity.
Another way to make good use of your wall space and to save your floor space is by using floating vanity. This kind of vanity is available in most furniture stores and is designed to be lightweight but sturdy enough to be fixed to your wall. With this vanity fixed to your bedroom wall, you can use the empty space beneath the vanity for a stool or anything else. Source.
5. Use pegboard to store your stuff.
Anything that lies flat on your wall but can be used to store things is a perfect accessory for your bedroom. Pegboard definitely meets this criterion. Pegboard is great for your bedroom not only because of its function, but also because it looks so beautiful that it often appears like a wall décor.
Pegboard looks even more beautiful as you put more stuff on it. There are various things that you can put on the pegboard and sometimes, a pegboard can even be a better alternative for shelves. Source.
4. Transform everything into usable storage unit.
We have shown above how you can transform your bed into a usable storage unit by adding under-bed drawer to it, but don’t you know that you can also do the same modification to other furniture pieces in your bedroom? Try to build a drawer under your chair or table and you can get additional space to store your stuff in your bedroom. Source
3. Use mason jars as wall storage units.
If you have some empty mason jars that you don’t use anymore, you can use them as handy storage units in your bedroom. Hang them on your pegboard or wooden board that you have previously attached to the wall and you can use them for any purposes.
You can use the jar to store your small stuff, grooming equipment or plants. Using mason jars is an eco-friendly and cost-effective way to recycle old stuff and to make it functional again.Source
2. Fill the remaining empty space with shelves.
Empty space in your bedroom should not be left unused because shelves can be placed on any imaginable spaces. You can make use of, for example, empty space above your door or window for storage purpose by constructing shelves there. You can store items that you frequently use, such as bedding equipment and clothes, on those shelves if you can easily access them. If you cannot, you can put stuff that you rarely use, such as plants and books, instead.
1. Brighten up your room.
This cosmetic bedroom treatment can help enhance the atmosphere of your bedroom. There are several ways to make your bedroom brighter. The easiest is by painting its wall and ceiling with bright colors. You can also benefit from large windows that bring the brightness of the outside in. installing mirrors in your bedroom will also help remove the claustrophobic atmosphere of your bedroom.
If you don’t want your room to look monotonous with its bright appearance, you can use bedroom accessories and small decorative elements as accents.Source.
With these excellent small bedroom decorating ideas, your bedroom should appear roomier than before and you can make every element of it more functional despite its limited space.
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