Small bedrooms are often short on storage, so take advantage of every inch of wasted space. Antique dough bowls, large baskets, plastic bins or rolling drawers create easy-to-use extra storage under your bed. Helpful Hint: Save even more space by filling your containers with items sealed in vacuum space bags. Photo courtesy by Janice Donlan.
Bring in Baskets - 9 Tiny yet Beautiful Bedrooms. Bring in Baskets Baskets are extremely versatile and attractive decorating tools that can add tons of much needed storage space in a small bedroom. Another plus is that baskets will complement virtually any design style, so have fun choosing ones that are just right for you. Helpful Hint: Keep reading materials out-of-sight,
Proof that neutrals need never be boring, this bedroom's a winning combination of subtle shades in a very tight palette. "This room succeeds in creating a masculine, clubby sanctuary for the homeowner to unwind at the end of the day," says designer Brian Dittmar. "By using multiple shades of warm gray paired with taupe, camel and cream tones, we created a space that envelops you and makes you feel at ease because it's all a peaceful — yet interesting — mix of basically monochromatic…
Using a small desk next to your bed will create a dual-purpose opportunity. Not only does it act as an oversized nightstand, but pair it with a small chair to serves as a work surface, too. Helpful Hint: Look for small-scale, previously-loved desks at flea markets to add instant charm to your presently-loved bedroom. Photo courtesy by AnNicole Faeth.
I love, love, love the shoe cabinets!!! They take up so little space and hold EVERYTHING from shoes to sheets to rolled up towels. I used the black Trones shoe cabinets in my last bath for towel storage that only took up 7" of space. LOVE!
Forget the Drapes: White rooms are the prettiest when there’s abundant light streaming in. Lose the curtains and let the light cascade all over your beautiful bedroom for a more peaceful experience. (Photo via Nsmbl)