Four Ideas to Make the Most of a Small Bedroom
Just imagine yourself relaxing in your big master bedroom that has plenty of room for every single design feature that you could imagine.
Sounds great, right?
Of course it does! But, unfortunately, this scenario might be nothing more than a figment of your imagination.
However, this doesn’t mean that you still can’t make your design dreams a reality.
If you’re currently scratching your head as to how you’re going to make the most of a small bedroom, you’ve landed on the right blog post because we’re about to offer you four simple ideas to get you started.
Idea 1: Make the space feel larger
Part of making your small bedroom feel bigger is using a cool color on your walls. A room with lighter walls makes the space feel airy, bright, and bigger than it seems. A cool color palette also gives you the chance to add some pops of color with beautiful accent pieces and subtle bedspread patterns.
Idea 2: Get organized with floating shelves
Floor space is at a premium in a small bedroom, which means storage is, too. The solution? Consider floating shelves. For instance, if you’re an avid reader and need a place to store your collection, floating shelves are a great solution. Or, maybe you want to put your art pieces, knick knacks, or beautiful plants on display. You guessed it, floating shelves are a great solution!
Idea 3: Under-bed storage
Another great space-saver for a small bedroom is investing in a storage bed. Under-bed storage gives you the space to neatly store your out-of-season clothing or other items all the while freeing up much needed closet space. Utilizing under-bed storage helps keep your items accessible and for the most part, out of sight and out of mind, which is exactly what you want when maximizing the space of a small floor plan. Oh, and let’s not forget that this piece of furniture eliminates those hard-to-get dust bunnies under your bed!
Idea 4: Invest in custom furniture
Let’s say that the dimensions of your small bedroom are a little out of the ordinary. To make sure that your furniture doesn’t overtake the space, consider looking into custom-made furniture that’s made for your space. At Room Concepts Furniture,we give our customers the opportunity to customize and invest in furniture that maximizes their floor plan and that’s right for their home!