DECOR TIPS FOR SMALL MASTER BEDROOMS
In a small bedroom you doesn’t have to limit your decorating ideas. Choose ideas that go with the space not against it. These simple and effective décor tips can help you create a master retreat that is stylish and comfortable.
1) Make Use of Space
It’s important to understand how to use the area available when the space is small. You might want to add more things in the space that is already tight but the key is to keep things simple. Don’t overcrowd the room or make it feel smaller. You can do this by the following:
Have built-ins for additional storage and décor
Place right size rug under the bed
2) Expand Your Horizons
A small room doesn’t have to feel tiny if you use the right design strategies. A sleek, four-poster bed frame without a footboard can add some extra height to your room. Mirrors also reflect natural light to open the room and give it a sense of being larger than it is. No matter what size room you are working with adding height can make it feel more spacious than it actually is, expanding the space.
3) Choose Right Colors
There is no rule about which colors can be used in a bedroom. Using the right color palette can make a small space feel larger creating a bedroom that feels comfortable and at ease in. Some color schemes you can choose from for a small room can include:
Brown and white for a sophisticated space
Navy, cream and gray for an elegant space
Green and white for a peaceful feeling
4) Add Dimension
If a room leaves less space to work with doesn’t mean it has to be dull and flat. Add some pieces that add a bit of texture and dimension. This could be a throw blanket at the foot of the bed, a lamp, patterned accent pillows, patterned curtains or even some greenery. Each of these when used in the correct proportion to everything else in the room creates a cohesive space.
Small Bedrooms Can Be Beautiful too!!
Just because a bedroom is small doesn’t mean it can’t be designed beautifully. Using the above décor tips in the small area mean the room can be stylish, functional and just as attractive as the rest of your home.