By . Bedroom Design. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 17:29:34 PM.
Small rooms look cluttered fast, especially if you put large pieces of furniture in the room. It might be tempting to get the biggest desk, bed or dresser, but large furniture eats up floor space and leaves the room looking overwhelming, unusable and crowded. Furniture ideas that create the look of a larger space are a bed with a see-through headboard and no footboard give the appearance of openness. Small night tables with smaller table lamps leave more walk-room, as well as it gives the room more visual square footage.
Crystal chandeliers were thought of as an elegant, dining room ambiance. Today, people are glamorizing their bedrooms with crystal chandeliers for a dramatic look and feel. Crystal chandeliers add a sense of elegance and luxury that other chandeliers do not. Crystal prisms often give people a sense of joy, watching the lights that they capture, reflect the colors across the room. Crystal chandeliers can be big or small, but they should fit the size of the room and not consume too much ceiling or room space, in smaller rooms. Use the height of the walls and square footage of the room to help you to scale your chandelier. By adding similar style table lamps and luxurious, dramatic drapes, you can tie the room’s theme and décor together.
Candle chandeliers are a great way to bring a different type of ambiance to the bedroom. Candle chandeliers are most often used in a candelabra-style chandelier to give softer tones of light for those who want the appearance and feel of candle light burning in the room. They can also be adjustable to burn brighter for a harder light, when needed. Many people choose this type of chandelier when they want to create a rustic look in a room. Candle chandeliers can have uncovered candles or covered.
Storage is usually tight in a small bedroom. You will want to be creative with your storage if you are lacking. Ideas for storage in a small bedroom include, use a decorative chest for a nightstand to store items or clothing, or place an ottoman under a window or at the foot of the bed for seating as well as holding winter clothes. Storage, or sweater boxes can be slid under a bed. If the bed is too low, try setting the frame up on risers and add a bed skirt that flows to the floor, to hide what’s underneath.
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