Tips to Decorate a Small Space Bedroom

Tips to Decorate a Small Space Bedroom
Many bedrooms have limited space, which makes decorating easy in some ways and difficult in others. Taking a fresh design approach can transform a crowded bedroom. Such as decorate a small space on bathroom, here are several tips on decorating a small space bedroom for your family and especially for your kids.
  • Look under furniture for extra storage space; a good under-bed organizer can help keep toys, shoes and other goods hidden from view and better-organized.
  • Go vertical; when floor space is limited, one of the easiest ways to maximize space utilization is to use every inch of vertical space.
  • Create an illusion of more space by painting stripes on the walls; vertical stripes give the room a sense of greater height while horizontal stripes will make the room seem wider.
Tips to Decorate a Small Space Bedroom
  • Don’t place tall furniture near windows; this only blocks the natural light. Do place a low bookcase or, better yet, a chair or bench near the window.
  • A corner bookcase or display shelf unit can be a great way to utilize diagonal nooks and crannies in your smaller-sized kids’ bedroom.
Tips to Decorate a Small Space Bedroom
  • Look for “combo” furniture pieces such as an armoire with drawers and space for hanging clothes to free up closet space.
  • A well-lit bedroom will seem more open and spacious than a dark room; augment the ceiling light fixture with a bedside table lamp, desk lamp, etc. to provide plenty of ambient and task lighting in your child’s bedroom.
  • Keep it simple; more than anything a small kids’ bedroom will suffer greatly if you try to overdo a theme, use too many colors and cram in just plain too much stuff. --raftertales--
Tips to Decorate a Small Space Bedroom
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1 comments:

vnagy said...

Commenting on the part that says "look into furniture for extra storage space" here you might want to find furniture for example like a bed that has built-in shelves under. For children's rooms also you might consider a wire hanging shelf from the ceiling that only the parent can access for the child.
In a small room of course the only way to go is vertical for storage keeping the larger components closer to floor level.
The main thing here is though you have to keep a compacted type of room very neatly organized and tidy continuously. A neatly organized room is a happy room.
Many times when someone contacts DIYblog.ca I go to the customers premises and give them advice on their rooms this is the advice I give them as a starting point