Tips For Arranging Your Small Bedroom With A Tiny Bed

Tips For Arranging Your Small Bedroom With A Tiny Bed
Using a tiny bed can help maximize the space of your small bedroom.

Are you always problematic when it comes to decorating your small room? If your bedroom is small, using a tiny bed can make can help solve the problem.

Plus, the space above your tiny bed can be used as a storage while the space under it can be used to set drawers on with wheels and sliders. These storage spaces are practical solutions for storing your beddings, trinkets, and other things.

Tips For Arranging Your Small Bedroom With A Tiny Bed

Arranging Your Small Bedroom With A Tiny Bed

Other than using a tiny bed, here are some tips when decorating your small room.

Use Built-Ins

Use Built-Ins

Built-in bookshelves can give your small room an extra storage space without having a large piece of furniture eating up all the spaces in your room.

Remove The Headboard Of Your Tiny Bed

Remove The Headboard Of Your Tiny Bed

Rather than using a large headboard, you may turn the wall above your tiny bed into a statement piece, like a DIY wood statement wall. You can also hang a few photos in wooden frames or you can also install a peg board for additional storage space.

Get A Daybed

Get A Daybed

If you live in a studio space, you can save more space in your small room by using a daybed which doubles as a couch during the day.

Place It Against The Window

Place It Against The Window

A wall space is important in a small bedroom so you don’t need to waste it. A window and curtains can create a focal point. Placing your tiny bed against the window can create a sunnier, brighter, and airier room.

Play With The Colors

Play With The Colors

Using bright and bold colors can make your bedroom look spacier and have more of an impact.

Divide It With Curtains

Divide It With Curtains

You may hide your built-in drawers underneath your tiny bed by framing it off with curtains. You can also divide your bed and the rest of the room with a curtain.

Skip The Nightstand

Skip The Nightstand

Instead of using a nightstand, use a corner desk which doubles as a nightstand.

Add Mirrors

Add Mirrors

Using closet mirrors can make a small bedroom larger than it actually is.

 

Arranging your small bedroom can be frustrating but you don’t need to stack everything just to free some empty space. Other than using a tiny bed, you can also play around with the whole interior to make the space look larger.