We don’t always have the biggest rooms to work with, and although bedroom is that one room you want to make special and intimate, sometimes it may be hard to work with a small bedroom. But fear not! Today, we bring you 5 ways to arrange furniture in a small bedroom that is sure to change the way you decorate!
Go For Symmetry
Symmetry is important in interior design, especially in a bedroom. In fact, one of the most important aspects of bedroom decor is that you need to center your bedroom so you can have easy access on both sides, especially to change sheets. Symmetry will make a bedroom feel more spacious, even a small one, and you can easily move around and squeeze in a few essential furniture pieces.
Loose One Bedside Table
Let’s be honest, most times you don’t even need two bedside tables. It takes up a lot of space that you could easily use for other important elements such as better access to wardrobe doors.
Or Lose Both
Sometimes there’s only one viable wall for a bed to sit on, and it’s too short for bedside tables at all. Or sometimes, you’d find that space would be better used with some shelves or even a smaller dressing table.
With A Closet
Even if you don’t have a closet in your room, it’s easy to make one for yourself. Take advantage of a clean wall and separate it from the bedroom with curtains. Close the curtains when you don’t need access to your clothes and shoe-wear and you have yourself a modern closet in a small bedroom.
Stack Your Storage
Shelves on the wall, using your bed’s headboard as storage, are all good ideas to store your necessities in a modern and uncluttered way.