The shoebox-sized bedroom is still a charming, versatile and utterly chic and warm space. With the right storage hackers, clever decorative themes and smart palette, it can provide you with a good service and look bigger than it. That's it.
1. Reduce chaos. The most important strategy to make small bedrooms look bigger is to reduce confusion. Discard things that are no longer used for any purpose, and always remember to keep clothes folded, shoes stored, and your accessories neatly arranged in shelves and cabinets. The more chaotic the room, the narrower it looks.
Tip: If you want to maximize room space, discard as much furniture as possible and keep only essentials such as tables and chairs. In this room, transparent acrylic chairs and beige tables blend into other furniture, adding a sense of openness.
2. Maximize storage space. In a small bedroom, use the wall to store. Consider installing floor-to-wall and wall-to-wall cabinets (the same color as walls) to accommodate photos, accessories, books, and personalities. In addition, folding desks that can be folded away when not in use can save a lot of space.
Tip: If you have some space under your bed, use it for storage. If you want to buy a new bed, a bed with built-in storage is a good idea.
3. Expand the headboard. In this bedroom, the relief pattern of the White headboard adds texture and subtle contrast to the overall design. Its size makes the entire bed area look larger than it actually is.
4. Let natural light shine. Plenty of sunlight makes the room feel bright, spacious, airy and vibrant. In this room, the bed is placed next to a window, natural light, creating an indoor and outdoor connection.
5. Use white color scheme. White reflects the maximum light, making any space look bright and passionate. Even the smallest, most claustrophobic rooms are more spacious, with white walls, ceilings and bedding.