How To Get More Space In Your Bedroom

Unless you have a huge mansion with extremely large bedrooms, chances are that you are constantly looking for extra space in your bedroom. This is a common case, especially in Britain where bedrooms are often too small to even fit a double bed in them. Many look for smart storage whereas others try to minimise what they have in their room. This is often a frustrating process and can result in you banging into everything in the mornings. 

The main issue when having a small bedroom is the fact that many will try and make the bedroom into a multi-use room with a sitting area and maybe even an office. Many of us forget that the main use for a bedroom is for sleeping and relaxing, and this is what it should stay as. Not only will you get a better night’s sleep, but you will also be able to do more with the room. In this article, we will go through some of the best tips on how to get more space in your bedroom.

Before you go to your nearest home store and buy more boxes and furniture, take a step back to plan your room out. What do you want in it? where should things go? Do you have too many clothes to fit in your wardrobe? These are all valid questions to start planning your room process.  The first thing you should do after this is to declutter your room and clear out anything that you don’t wear, need or haven’t used in over a year. You might be surprised at how much comes out of your room. 

Remove Clunky Standalone Furniture

Bedroom dressers and standalone wardrobes are extremely bulky. Although they may be cheaper than the fitted alternatives, they cost you in many other ways such as space. If you have a small bedroom, fitted and built-in options are a great option as there is no wasted space behind them or under them. All of the space is used for the wardrobe that you make which in turn maximises space and creates a tidy, cleaner-looking room. For example, if you have a range of different styles, you will be able to section them off. For those chill streetwear clothing days, it’s best to have them separated from your formalwear. 

Minimalist style 

Add space to your small bedroom by rethinking your interior design by going minimalistic. The best way to do this is by only having your most treasured features on display. The focus of this interior design should be your bed, so ensure it is made, and have some nice scatter pillows on there with a tray of incense. Keeping your furniture to a minimum and ensuring that everything is simple and not clunky will give you much more room for your bedroom. This is also where built-in furniture works very well.  

Floating shelves

Floating shelves are a great option if you are wanting to keep things minimal, but still want to be able to display items such as your favourite books, personal photos, or even some interior decoration. Just because you’re surrounded by walls, it doesn’t mean you can’t use them to your advantage. You will be amazed at how much they transform a room when you get floating shelves, there’s plenty of space on your walls.

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