Decorating a Small Bedroom: 5 Project Tips

Usually, small bedrooms do not look very cozy – almost all the space is occupied by a bed and a closet, and there is almost no free space left. To avoid feeling cramped, always refer to design projects – you can find any solutions in them.

1. Choose light shades

This simple technique will help to add lightness to a cramped space. You can paint the walls and ceilings white to visually blur the boundaries of the room. 

However, this is not necessary – for example, in this project, the ceiling is decorated with barn beams and a pendant lamp. It would seem that this is not the best reception in a small bedroom, but due to the light matte walls and the contrasting ceiling, the space is visually stretched upwards. And gentle powdery accents helped to complement the atmosphere.

2. More mirrors

Due to the optical illusion, mirrors can visually expand the space and make it brighter. If you place the mirror correctly, it will reflect the natural light from the window – this is an important point when arranging small rooms.

Also, designers often use mirrored furniture and decor in their projects – they also do an excellent job with this function.

3. Bet on minimalism

When choosing furniture, think about how it will look in space and how much space it will take up. It is best to draw a plan of the room to make it clearer. If there is very little space, it is better to make storage systems hidden – an entire wall can be allocated for this.

The bed should not occupy all the space, and let it be with a small headboard (or without it) – this will visually unload the interior. Models on thin legs and with a minimum of details also look good. 

With decor, it is also better not to overdo it – in a small area, an abundance of small details turns into chaos. 

4. Consider lighting

If you limit yourself to only one ceiling lamp, shadows will gather in the corners of the room – and the space will seem even smaller. In addition, soft light from sconces or pendants will add coziness to the space and divert attention from a modest area.

Life hack: with the help of long hangers, you can even visually raise a low ceiling. Place them next to a low bed and the effect will intensify.

5. Make an accent wall

This is another technique that will take attention away from the tiny area and add depth to the space. Pay attention to how abstract print works on the example of a bedroom from Olga Voinova’s project. There is a feeling that the space continues behind the wall, and the small room seems larger.

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