When you think of small bedrooms, the first thing that crops up in your mind is the image of a cramped dorm room, overstuffed with furniture, with too many books squeezed in and hardly any space to take two-three steps. Delete this image from your mind because there are certain design tips because of which your room will have a complete transformation, a pleasant contrast to your small room stereotype.
~Keep your furniture at angular places and away from the walking area. Make sure that your furniture is not too tall as it can give an impression of space crunch.
~Paint your bedroom in vertical stripes and create the desired illusion of higher ceiling.~Accessorize the bedroom with a mirror that reflects the centerpiece of the room. By doing this, you can focus attention to your window, fireplace or sofa. For the wide wall of the room, install a larger mirror that will make the room seem bigger than it actually is.
~Sometimes heavy curtains make the room seem tiny. Instead, you can choose to have blinds that let some sunlight into the room and make the room more bright and airy.~By having open shelves in the wall, you can properly take the advantage of the wall space. You can store your books, CDs and other stuff in these. Moreover, open shelves don’t give a claustrophobic feeling which can arise because of too many closets in the room.Even though small bedrooms pose a makeover challenge, it’s not that difficult to create an impression of open space. Apply these tips and change your room from being cluttered to cozy, from erratic to elegant and from small to spacious.