Our bedroom is one of our most favorite places in the house. It is where we sleep, relax, chill and feel comfortable. We always feel good when we are in our bedroom. It is like our peaceful sanctuary. Most people want their bedrooms to be always clean and organized.
While others are comfortable with tiny spaces, other bedroom owners prefer to have a bigger bedroom. But what can you do if you have a small one? We can always do something that can make our bedroom look and feel bigger, here are some helpful tips:
Make a Small Bedroom Look and Feel Bigger
If you have a smaller bedroom than what would be considered “standard” by a home expert (common in some Philadelphia townhomes) and want it to appear bigger, simple solutions are at your fingertips. Just a few adjustments of your furniture, color choices, and lighting will make a huge difference. Try these easy tips for maximizing the space of a small bedroom.
First, empty the bedroom of all its contents — that includes furniture, clothes, books, and knickknacks. You’ll quickly find that a lot of the “stuff” you have in there isn’t necessary. If you don’t use a piece of furniture at least once in the course of a week, it doesn’t have to be in your bedroom. All of the excess items in your small bedroom that aren’t immediately necessary in your room, such as out-of-season clothing and books, should be placed in storage or under your bed for future use.
It is amazing to know that choosing the right paint color, some furniture and some wall art can help make your room look bigger. These things don’t require you to spend that much in order to have a new look and feel for your bedroom. Here are some more tips to make your small bedroom look great:
10 Tips to Make a Small Bedroom Look Great
Planning a small bedroom can be fun (honestly). With the right design tips and techniques, you can turn your snug room into a dreamy retreat. From clever storage solutions to multitasking furniture, these great ideas will breathe new life into your compact scheme.
1. Stick to a limited color palette. If all white isn’t for you, bring in your favorite colors, but in a thoughtful way. Here, the brights are limited to reds and oranges — which work beautifully with the brick wall and wooden furniture — and are teamed with plenty of white for an airy feel.
2. Let the light in. Keep window treatments to a minimum in a small space to make the most of the natural light and keep the look unfussy. For privacy add plain roller blinds or hang flat panels of lace or voile.
If you want to watch how to make a bedroom look bigger, watch this transformation video titled “How to make a small bedroom look bigger”