Our bedroom is often a private sanctuary, it is a place where we spend time to rest and relax. Irrespective of the size, small bedrooms should also provide a comfortable and peaceful place to relax after a long day of work, and give you time to plan ahead.

Apart from that, it’s also the most convenient place for storing all our clothes and other personal things. Bedroom space is one of the most common challenges that is associated with small apartments these days.

As many people move into smaller apartments in denser areas, making the most of bedroom space is more important than ever. Here are a few tips for those with small bedroom space.

Go for custom-made furniture

Get the dimensions of your bedroom accurately with a measuring tape. Record your measurements in a notebook. Contact a local furniture agent or designer in your area and let him/her get you, customized furniture that will suit your bedroom perfectly.

This way the designer can help you appropriate something that suits your specific needs. Keep in mind that this option might cost a little bit more than others.

Bedroom Accessories

Make your bedroom look adorable with the aid of simple accessories. Wall paintings are a great idea. Use floor-to-ceiling curtains as they give the illusion of a long room. Assuming you have a small window, long curtains will have a positive effect.

The location of your mirror

The mirror effect strategy should be used because, when mirrors are placed on the walls, they often bring the illusion of spaciousness. Make sure that your mirror is facing the opposite side of the light source, doing this will increase the quantity of light reflected into the bedroom, making the room look more spacious than it really is.

Color scheme

There are lots of options available when it comes to the color of the bedroom. However, if your goal is to make it look bigger and less congested, your options will be slightly narrowed down.

Light colors make a room feel bigger. Avoid dark tones and choose colors such as light blue, white and so forth. Keep your color scheme limited to not more than three colors to keep things under control.

Reduce the furniture in the room as much as possible

Lots of furniture in a small room not only seem chaotic, but it also prevents you from moving freely. Having furniture in a small bedroom may be suitable for adults but not good for children who love playing around and need a lot of space to spread their toys and play different games in their bedroom.

Choose the right curtains

Remember how we talked about curtains earlier? Well, choosing curtains that go hand in hand with the color of your wall, will go a long way in complementing its appearance.

Picking the right curtains for your bedroom will have an attractive and stylish effect to the overall look of the room. There are many types of curtains, that come in a variety of shapes and colors. Attractive wall decorations can also be included for children’s rooms or even guest bedrooms.

Use built-in wardrobes

Built-in wardrobes are best for small rooms as they offer ergonomic spacing options. It’s good to use tall ones because they not only use vertical space but also provide more storage space.

Having mirrors on cabinet doors will help make the room look more spacious and further make better use of your small bedroom area.

Have the appropriate lighting system

Light can improve or negate the effects that your furniture brings in. Taking into account the fact that you want a large-looking bedroom, you should ensure that your lights are bright and the room is well illuminated.

Small bedrooms should have soft, nice lighting. Installing the lights near the bed gives the room a wider appearance.

Investing in storage

Having a cushioned ottoman or a bedroom bench, if you have enough space, can be of great advantage because it can be used as a seat, table and storage area.

Locate the boxes that fit your bed frame to take advantage of the extra space. Use a long wardrobe instead of a wide wardrobe to get more storage space than a small square area.

Conclusion

The best way to get the most from your bedroom is to keep everything in it simple. Hang your clothes up, make your bed every morning. Develop a habit of keeping things in their rightful place.

This way you’ll have that relaxing place to go and chill. Keep it nice and simple, overdoing the color scheme, using lots of complex patterns, having unnecessary furniture and lots of accessories will just make your room look congested and untidy.