In the sharing of living space, the bedroom often tends to reduce its dimensions. This turns out to be especially true when it comes to an apartment in a large urban agglomeration.
Opt for warm colors and soft shades to create a pleasant ambience when arranging small room at home
Since the small bedroom layout can quickly turn into a huge puzzle, here are some handy tips to maximize space and create the illusion of volume in a small room. Of course, these suggestions can be applied to both guest rooms and double rooms.
Do not hesitate to test different locations of luminaires in subdued and soft light
It becomes essential to focus attention on the central point that is to say the bed, to add a lot of preferably natural light , to put some mirrors to enlarge the room, to opt for several storage even in height so as not to clutter the room with all kinds of trinkets and stuff.
Here are the following ideas in pictures …
Do not obstruct natural light sources such as windows or velux windows
Another example of small bedroom layout in the attic of the house
Integrate closets and storage becomes very important to avoid overloading the room
Small, very original bedroom layout in this contemporary and modern loft
Rounded furniture should be avoided for small living spaces, favor straight and clean lines
Great idea to combine wall storage with the inevitable bedside lamps
A perfect illustration of space-saving storage space that is very practical for a successful small bedroom layout
Taking into consideration the limited surface of the room, do not hesitate to reduce the size of the bed
Where ceiling height is important, double bunk beds can be arranged
Do not insist too much on the decoration of the small room allows to enjoy more space
An interesting and inexpensive solution is to have some mirrors to create an effect of depth and therefore to enlarge the small bedroom
When designing a small room, it is best to focus on the center of the room so that the room immediately catches the eye.
Photo credits: 1. Blackband Design, 2. InDesign – Lori Ludwick, 4. THE WORKS, 8. Cotton Tree Interiors, 10. Stephani Buchman, 14. Mdiscipio, 15. Elizabeth Cross-Beard