Traditional Bed Set Up Techniques in a Small Bedroom

Living in high-rises means that there’s a premium on every square foot you get. This is why maximizing each and every inch a small home has is highly necessary to learn nowadays, so you can easily live large even in a tiny space.

Using the vertical space within bedrooms is one of the most modern techniques many experts attest to. This idea gave birth to loft, bunk, and pull out beds among many others. But if you prefer sticking to the traditional home set up, with an actual king size bed for all the world to see, you shouldn’t really worry much. There are still a number of ways how you can squeeze a bit more space out of your petite bedroom.

Fit to Perfection

Customizing has always been one of the best ways to get more space than what is readily available to you. By having fixtures, surfaces, furniture, and storage areas that fit perfectly to your dwelling’s cavity, alcove, pockets, and crannies can be of great help as it allows you to get more out of your space.

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A bed that runs from wall to wall is always a great way to get more space lengthwise. However, if there is still a bit space left, you can always use it for a shelf or foot board.

Nook beds are also some of the best ways to maximize a small bedroom. It can easily tuck you away to sleep and add a bit of whimsy to your home.

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Every corner counts, so make use of even those trickiest pockets of your home with special corner shelves that are easy to DIY.

Keep it Clutter Free

Mess can make a small space look even more cramped. Keep the room neatly organized, so you can easily maximize the limited amount of space you’re given.

White and Bright

Light shades can easily enhance the size of your room, making them perfect for closed quarters. However, adding a contrasting hue on an opposite or neighboring wall can add more as it adds depth, which can make the room appear even bigger.

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Use Everything More than Once

Since you can’t afford to waste space on anything, using every element of your bedroom for more than just one purpose can be of great help. This way, you can cut in half the things you need to put inside and still get as much out of the room.

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Use your bedside table as your work desk as well. It saves you space and puts everything within reach at the same time.

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Windows as headboards can easily save you a few inches of floorspace.

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Window sills as side tables can also work wonders in saving space for your little bedroom.

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Movable shelves like this can also double as tables.

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Storage units that double as chairs or ottomans are also attractive options for a small bedroom. You can use it with a couch or as a stool for your vanity without missing out on additional room for stashing away your stuff.

Up and Off the Floor

With a teeny floor plan, you have to really think hard whether something is worth putting down the floor. If they can be hung, mounted, or attached to the walls or ceiling, you should seriously go for it. This will give you more room and help you avoid banging on everything while you try to go around your apartment.

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Drawers under your bed will not only create additional storage, but can also keep the monsters away.

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Hang or mount your lamp instead of putting it on a bed side table or getting a floor lamp to get more out of your limited floorspace.

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Floating shelves and drawers open up the floor space underneath them without sacrificing the storage and surface you can definitely use in a small bedroom. It also creates an illusion of extra room, allowing your area to avoid looking cramped and crowded.

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Wall to wall shelves on the side of the bed creates an excellent décor, as well as additional space for your books.

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Built in cabinets can help you maximize your vertical space and create more storage.

Know the Size of Bed You Want and Need

Since it is the bedroom you’re asking about, you’ll need to prioritize the bed. Get the size you need and make sure to work around it in consideration of your small bedroom. If the bedroom is too small, do not add a lot of other furnishings inside. You can surely find other places to store your belongings within your home if you look for it.

Salem beds come in a wide range of sizes that will surely fit easily into your space. We also offer customizations, so if you think your space has an odd measurement or you want to make the most out of your limited space, we can still be of great help to you. Just don’t forget to choose a Salem bed mattress that best suits your needs and preferences, so you can be sure to take home utter comfort.Salem Philippines Bed Sizes

There are tons of other ways how you can get more out of your bedroom while still being fully furnished and nicely designed. We hope you find these tips useful, though, as we’re thrilled to help you out on your modern living queries.

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