When designing the small bedrooms, it is not just the space available. Here you need a combination of style and conscious handling of available space. This, in my opinion, should radiate harmony and vigor.
This requires good planning and a touch of geniality. The lack of space is by no means a reason for the renouncement of comfort and elegance. The compact bedrooms can look generous and elegant like any other room. In our time, the studios and the roofing systems are becoming increasingly popular and the economical design is becoming a must!
Silk shine in purple
High-height open shelves for more Stauplatz
When designing small spaces, the focus is on visual magnification. So you can accommodate larger pieces of furniture. The tidy and clean look is an absolute must.
Efficient use of space
Elegant decor in gray and white
Stylish plastic armchair and wall-mounted night console
In this case, even the smallest details have a great significance, whether it be the lighting or the bearing surfaces. You can make all”the difference”.
Hopefully, the following examples will lead you in the right direction.
Optical range through large mirror and gorgeous view
Elegant headboard with ornaments and pink accents
Exciting colors and lots of light
Eclectic design – small but fine
Built-in wardrobe and warm light
Subtle lighting and neon green accents
Natural colors and wall decoration with branches
Traditional luxury in baroque style
Perfect for art lovers
Casual and stylish in lavender
Rustic and minimalistic in one
White elegance and filigree wall art
Gray, black and white – delicate combination
Stylized trees and chandeliers with snowflakes
Relaxation and tranquility with green and brown
Tasteful combination of antique furniture and textiles
Focus on the room and the mirror
In the style it often comes to the imagination. Often appearances are more important than truth. This applies so much to the small spaces as to Hollywood!
By installing the furniture in the height, you can free up a lot of space on the floor and use it. At the same time, the walls of small apartments must not be overfilled. How do you get it? This is achieved by side tables and ergonomic shelf walls. Every little improvement helps to the beautification of the house.
A mirror wall can almost double the bedroom
Mirror cabinets and wall art as headboard
Light flooded with plenty of storage space
In addition to the shelves that disappear in the walls, the mirrors and the cool and trendy fashion trends can help to provide greater visual appeal.
In addition, you could contribute sky lights and large windows for further refreshment in the bedroom.
A touch of nostalgia
Cushion with floral patterns in ocher
Wall art and decorative cushions with yellow accents
LED downlights and original art pieces
Minimalist in discreet nuances
A quaint Hemingway setting
Tasteful and rational in Ikea style
Perfect symmetry in blue tones
Smart design that benefits from symmetry
Attic bedrooms and stylish guest rooms are gaining in prominence. The owners try to use every centimeter from the premises.
Rattan and wooden storage baskets
Massive sliding door provides more private space
Multifunctionality and flexibility with style
Through upholstered beds and murphy bed designs and built-in furniture, you can clear entire items and create a clean appearance.
Another trend is the insertion of small workstations into the bedroom and this motivates the designers to further ergonomic solutions.
So the benches and the built-in units find more and more space here. There you can store many unnecessary items.
From yellow-green to grass-green – soothing and inviting
Antique nightclothes and patterned textiles in cream
Retro furniture and symmetry in white and celadon green
Creating a contemporary and stylish living space is certainly not the most difficult task. Essentially, it is mainly about things that can be taken away. You have to make these things simple, simple and uncomplicated. My advice to you is to draw inspiration from different creative solutions from the Scandinavian design. Now how does it look at you? Have you designed your small rooms in the best way?
High bed and seating corner – extreme accents in magenta and red
Simple cabinets and muted light
Delicate, transparent curtains and sea breeze
Sophisticated design in cobalt blue