By . Bedroom Design. Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 00:54:13 AM.
Bedrooms come in all sizes, and it’s the small-sized bedrooms that can be the most difficult to decorate and figure out how to utilize the space to its optimum. Small spaces are always a challenge to decorate and make the space feel bigger and inviting. Knowing some key points on decorating, can help you not only create a space, and bedroom, that is functional, but is equally as beautiful. Today, more furniture and decorating ideas are geared around small spaces since more people are intentionally moving toward a smaller scaled lifestyle. If you have a small bedroom that you need ideas for, keep reading to learn the top five tips for decorating it.
It seems counterintuitive, but the soaring height of a canopy bed can actually make a small bedroom feel larger, and it will certainly up the grandness factor. Adding some draped fabric, either on the sides or along the back and top, amps up the romantic, billowy feel; leaving the canopy structure bare is ideal for a more modern look.
To add an open, airy look and feel to the room, use all the natural light you have in the room. Many Scandinavian rooms don’t even incorporate any window treatments at all, but leave the windows open and curtain and shade-free. If you choose to hang window treatments, keep in the same frame of mind as the rest of the room and keep it simplistic, clean and neat. Light weight, sheer white drapes made of light fabrics, such as cotton or linen, are popular.
Who said a master bedroom had to be all right angles? Placing the room’s biggest piece, the bed, on a diagonal might be your ideal layout. Grounding the headboard against a large folding screen or a faux wall can also be a space-separating trick for those living in an open floor plan or a tiny studio that requires creative solutions for a bit of privacy. Sometimes it’s fun to think outside the box.
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