Today we have some tricks to maximize space in a tiny Bedroom. City homes are usually riddled with small spaces and compact living. But it doesn’t need to be a congested and uncomfortable space. Here’s another new bedroom project for you opening up your compact boudoir with light colors, built-ins, space-saving furniture, and more.
Create an efficient bedroom layout where the position of the bed ensures good overall circulation space to move around. Also, less furniture or multifunctional pieces that serve a dual purpose are ideal for the bedroom.
Introduce built-in storage within a small bedroom as it won’t take too much floor space. The different types of built-in storage within the bedroom include built-in shelves, headboards with built-in storage, box beds, hydraulic beds, a window seat with storage, and so on. These pieces of furniture occupy a smaller footprint and give the bedroom a larger look.
Consider Light Coloured Walls: Since soft shades reflect light, paint the walls in light colors. This will make your bedroom look bigger and airier. Avoid dark-colored wall paint as it absorbs light and makes the room seem more compact.
Install mirrors within a small bedroom as that they can reflect natural and artificial light around the room to give the illusion of a larger space. Take advantage of the natural light by strategically placing the mirror opposite the window or any other artificial light source.