Decorating and arranging a small bedroom is really tricky, because it is not easy to satisfy the utility of the space, but also to make the bedroom as large and bright as possible. Especially in the current environment, in addition to meeting the basic functions of eating, drinking, sleeping, sleeping, etc., some families also need to undertake work, fitness and other functions.
But with a little thought, careful planning, and some clever ways to save space, it’s possible to turn even the smallest room into a beautiful, functional, and bright space. Here are seven helpful tips:
1. Use light colors
In general, light colors make space appear larger and more transparent, while darker colors make them appear smaller and narrower. Therefore, it is wiser to use lighter colors when decorating a compact room. The most common light colors we use are neutrals like beige, white, and gray, although other shades are fine. Also, don’t overdo it, or use one or two neutrals with contrasting colors, as it creates a seamless look and avoids allowing any one element to take up too much visual space. Finally, you can also use different textures to add warmth and interest.
2. Maximize natural light
Plenty of light is key to making a space feel the most, so consider replacing heavy curtains with light ones or eliminating them altogether. For privacy, apply a frosted veneer or place inconspicuous blinds in your bedroom that can be pulled down at night. If you have a particularly dark corner or a room without any Windows, you may need to install a roof light or borrow from somewhere else.
3. use clever skills to create a tall visual effect
Ceilings that are too low can make the space seem smaller and more depressing, but there are several ways to enhance the visual effect.
- Use the same color to paint the walls, ceiling and baseboards.
- Hang the curtains as high as possible so as to fully expose the outline of the window.
- Extending bookcases, cabinets, and shelves all the way up to the ceiling will also stretch the view upward, making the room appear higher than it really is.
- the use of linear chandelier, so that the chandelier and the ceiling to maintain a certain distance, the height will look higher.
4.choose lightweight furniture
The so-called light furniture refers to the furniture with light texture. When placed on the ground, the exposed floors and walls can be seen at a glance, giving a more open visual impression. Therefore, small space as far as possible not to use those too thick furniture, not only occupy a place, but also show depression. Instead look for pieces with light, slender silhouettes or high legs. Another is to use items made of transparent materials such as glass or acrylic, or to use transparent grilles.
5. Use sliding doors
Closet, cabinet or other areas of the door as far as possible to use sliding doors, this can save the door open to occupy the space, so that the interior layout will have greater flexibility.
6.choose multifunctional furniture
We usually common multifunctional furniture, mainly folding sofa bed, booth, can be dual-use side several benches, etc., only occupy a piece of furniture space, but can play multiple functions to meet the daily needs, the space is of course more bright.
7. use mirror effect
Finally, the use of mirrors to create the illusion of more space and light. This is one of the oldest and simplest tricks in the book, but it really works! You can enlarge the visual space and enhance the layout of your home by placing it in the right place so that a beautiful piece of art or a delicate view is reflected in the mirror.