Tricks to get a more spacious bedroom

Storage is a small indoor key, especially in the bedroom area where most of your key items are stored. If you do not have enough space available, you have to be creative with your place or storage space. For example, you can use a special storage box installed at the bottom of the bed that serves as a wardrobe or some kind of special shelf storage of goods. In the meantime, you can also consider buying murphy beds instead of the standard beds to get more space in your room.

You can even place ottoman backs at the foot of your bed as seating and additional storage functions.

Beds with creative storage are the best solution for managing your small bedroom. The beds were very functional and also stylish.

Creating a design sketch can help you get a wider room

Thinking about the design of a small bedroom can be very frustrating and frustrating if you do not first decide what ideas and ideas will be like the shape, look, decoration and visualization of your small bedroom. Everything will look messy and not run as expected.

Before deciding to execute your idea and start arranging the bed and some furniture or furniture, take a pencil and a piece of paper and sketch the idea of the layout or layout of the bedroom you want. It will help you visualize the idea before you decide to apply it.

Arrangement and placement of carpets

The bedroom carpet might just look like some sort of decorative detail only and it does not have a significant function. The reality is the opposite. Carpets are very helpful to make the small room look more spacious.

If your bed is right at the center of the wall, place your carpet about 2/3 at the bottom of the bed, so you always have something soft as a foothold.

And if the position of your bed is in the corner of the room, try placing the carpet next to your bed or under other pieces of furniture, such as your dressing table.

Not only the placement is important, but the size of the carpet should also be considered. In a small room, it is important to have the right size alias proportional, so it does not seem to burden the room.


Author: Richard T. Starkey

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