stuck with a small bedroom, it can sometimes feel a little trapped and
constricted as your space is reduced to four small walls, which limits your
movements. This guide is sensitive to any struggles you might have in your
small bedroom, and therefore aims to offer three pieces of advice to help you
make the best use of your space. Here are three space-saving storage tips that
will get you out of the squeeze of your small bedroom.
There is little
doubt that the best place to store most of your things is underneath your bed.
You may well be surprised by the different options available to you when
shopping for Contemporary
Beds; these items
are both stylish and classy, and they’re built for the practical purpose of
storing goods and clothes, as well as simply being a comfortable place to
should still choose wisely for a bed that won’t have you down on your knees
every day to fetch your clothes. One of the most exciting storage designs for
beds allows you to lift up the plank under the mattress, transforming your bed
into a large trunk. It’s a wonderful way to store your clothes in secret.
room isn’t just about your bed and the clothes that you’ll hopefully be able to
store underneath it. It’s also about the other things that you cherish – like
photographs, keepsakes, books, ornaments, soft toys, and other sentimental
things. These you will want to put on display in your room. The best option here
are simple shelves. You can get shelves cut to size for any kind of shelving material you wish to put up, so this should be a fairly simple task. Depending on whether you’re using them for display or storage, you can get different sizes done so you don’t run out of space.
The shelves that
you’ll use to make your bedroom more spacious are those which are simply drilled straight into the wall. They are simple to install, and you can
affix them anywhere you believe there is space to do so. You can even place
them high up in your room – near the ceiling – in order to give you more space
in the lower part of your room.
worth considering making yourself a walk-in wardrobe to help you expand the
space that your bedroom has to work with. Sometimes this will involve knocking
a wall through, or doing some sneaky DIY to make sure you’re able to have that
little bit of extra room to keep your things in. Check with the house’s
interior plan to make sure you can do this.
If you cannot
make yourself a walk-in wardrobe in the wall of your home, then it’s advisable that
you save space by having a floor-to-ceiling wardrobe, with a mirrored set of
doors in order to give the impression of more space. With the wardrobe taking
up only the necessary space to fill with your clothes, this is the best option
to free up the rest of your floor space to give the impression of an airy and
These three tips
can help you curate a comfortable and spacious bedroom in 2020 and beyond.