10 Small Bedroom Design Ideas
Little bedrooms don't have to feel that way. Try these small bedroom decorating ideas to give yours a bigger, brighter version of beautiful.
Paint a Dark Accent Wall
Painting an entire room a dark color like black or navy will make it feel cramped. But limit the dark color to one wall and surprisingly, the opposite is true. Visually, a dark accent wall feels farther away, giving the room more depth and making it look bigger. This stunning bedroom by @sprucephilly makes perfect use of this optical illusion, plus a pair of space-expanding bedside mirrors.
Keep It Simple
Minimal decoration, streamlined furniture and plenty of natural light all help to make this bedroom by @houseofhilchey feel bigger than it is. Choose simple artwork and pull back on accessories to help your small bedroom breathe. Also: That slim above-the-bed shelf for the pothos to spread out on is genius!
Bunk beds are an easy way to open floor space while doubling sleeping accommodations. We love the super-streamlined DIY set in this bedroom by @mbdesignconcepts. Although bunk beds are traditionally used in kids’ spaces, they also work great in a guest room. Consider using multiple sets to create a “bunk room,” to maximize sleeping potential in a small space.