Design Tricks: 13 Clever Ideas to Make a Small Bedroom Look Spacious Part III


Design Tricks: 13 Clever Ideas to Make a Small Bedroom Look Spacious Part III

There are plenty of quick and simple tips to trick the eye into processing you've got more room to work with than you actually do. The perception of space can be produced by making the right use of it. Here's how a little re-organization can go a long way.

  • Say NO to sharp colors or patterns for your bed sheet and quilt.
  • Since the bed in your room is the largest piece of furniture in sight, keep the color of your bed sheet light. Brighter colors help lift the mood, too.

  • Think of your room like a painting or a drawing where you have limited space.
  • You need to adopt the right angle and lines, whether horizontal or vertical. If your windows have vertical lines on them, get the dresser with vertical design patterns. Don’t break the flow.

  • A small bedroom doesn’t necessarily mean your furniture must also be small.
  • However, the thing to note here is that the scale you follow for your bed must be similar to your side table and dresser. Give your room a sense of wholeness so that all the furniture pieces stay in harmony with each other.

  • The color of your trim should be one notch lighter than the wall.
  • You might have not heard about this technique before, but it’s true. The lighter wall paint on the trim will reflect more light, thus, more light will be available to reflect off the wall of your bedroom.

  • Avoid having too big furniture and always buy a sofa with legs.
  • This trick is an apparent one but most of us fail to understand it.

    Let the legs of your sofa show. If you can, purchase a chair instead. Also buy furniture that’s multi-purpose, like a bed with drawers in the bottom for additional space.

    Ultimately, use Warm White for bedroom LED lighting to help induce sleep. It’s more relaxing and calm. Follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram for more of these tips!


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