When you’re working with a small space, every part of decorating it can feel like a big challenge. From choosing colors and furniture to arranging it, the ideas feel limited and the task daunting. But in my experience, limited square footage can inspire some of the most beautiful and creative decorating ideas.
Small bedrooms can seem like some of the biggest challenges because you already know a bed is going to take up a large amount of space. You don’t want it to feel like all bed and no room, or at least if it does, that it does so stylishly. There are some really easy tricks to make a small bedroom feel cozy rather than cramped and be big on style even if it isn’t big on space.
Here are 10 small bedrooms that proved with some simple design savvy, you can make your personal retreat feel comfortable and look great.
Small Bedroom Ideas
The simple addition of curtains makes this daybed feel far more grand and glamorous in this small bedroom.
Decorative elements like the chandelier and wall art give this cozy corner a lot of character.
The panel at the end of the bed is a genius way to create privacy between the bedroom and living area in a studio apartment.
Source: House Beautiful
Though this space is tight, the charming gallery wall makes it feel more open by drawing your eye to the art.
Source: The Everygirl
Make the most of a small space by using the area under the bed for storage, either with built-ins as seen above or by sliding containers underneath a standard bed.
Source: The Lettered Cottage
A mirror is always a great trick and beautiful accent to make a small space feel larger.
Source: My Domaine
To save room on a nightstand, choose a light fixture you can mount on the wall.
Just because your bedroom is small doesn’t mean you can’t have that four-poster bed you’ve always dreamed of having. By choosing a canopy that blends in with the walls, it makes the space feel much larger.
Source: My Domaine
Floor-to-ceiling curtains on the accent wall help make the space feel less cramped because nothing is breaking it up visually. The curtains also soften the space and bring a touch of glamour.
Here’s another great idea for a studio apartment to provide some privacy to the sleeping area. Even in a regular bedroom, this look will bring some character to the space and make the bed feel more special even with limited room.
Source: House & Garden
Don’t let a small bedroom feel restrictive ─ let it instead inspire you.