So you have a small bedroom! It’s been colorless recently and it’s in need of lots of light. Whether your space is a tiny one or a large one, creating a smaller bedroom can help turn it into a welcoming space. Of course, the key to creating a well-organized one is to focus on shelving and storage options and to group the elements into one big room. But a lot of times a bedroom can look very cluttered, with all sorts of stuff all over the surface and all sorts of furniture. If you’re in this situation, you’re probably looking for a way to make the most of your small bedroom, whether it’s storage or creative moves.
Chalkboard walls are very functional. There are tons of great places where you can find them in the walls or in the corners. For example, you could have a wall-mounted cabinet with shelves and storage compartments all around it. You could also have a vertical one built into the wall and some built-in nightstands. Or you could have a dresser or bookcase that gets a makeover based on the style you prefer.
You’re probably thinking there’s very little space in a tiny bedroom. So, naturally, you have more chances where just living the extra space you’ve taken up inside makes sense. It’s easy to just make smaller changes to the space even as it remains perfectly functional. Consider things such as moving out to create a new floor plan for the room and a change in the furniture. You could keep the walls, the walls and the flooring. A change in color could have a similar effect.
The problem with tiny bedrooms is usually the lack of space. It’s good to be organized and to know how to turn it into a cozy little bedroom. If yours is small then you’re going to have to rethink the décor and the design. This farmhouse bedroom is not at all tiny. In fact it’s very spacious and that allowed it to be highly appealing to the eyes and the mind. What I really like about it is the simplicity and the lack of unnecessary décor. The colors used here are warm and subdued and the wooden flooring and the walls look like some kind of wooden panels. That’s always a fun way to create contrasts.
I really like the elegant look of this bedroom. First of all, it has a very light color palette, white and grey being the main colors and even though they go well together there’s always a feeling that they don’t blend well. Also, the furniture pieces are sleek and simple. The oval shaped bed is a really nice touch, especially in combination with the slender legs and the overall height of the mattress. I’ve always like to see that contrast between white and grey so I might add accents here.
Every little bit of space is precious and almost unnoticeable. In this case it’s the white and grey palette that makes this bedroom so gorgeous. The simplicity of the décor and the lack of unnecessary décor make the room feel airy and spacious. The small elements stand out and make the room feel almost as open as the openness of the exterior would allow it to look. The lack of unnecessary accessories and built-in features definitely help further.
In case you’re wondering what that means, it’s the name of a project which designer Eazy61 who created this really cute pink girl’s bedroom. This timeless combination of colors is very visible and very pleasant to the eyes. The walls are white throughout the room and the wooden floors add a warm touch to the corner making the room feel light and cozy. The floor ensures a pretty continuous and fluid décor throughout. By eliminating the walls entirely you maximize the amount of floor space and you also maintain a spacious look throughout.