If you have a problem with your bedroom, then let’s face it with modern bedroom designs that can easily impress. Not only is it sleek and modern, but the simplicity of modern rooms also promotes a sense of tranquility – and consequently – restful sleep. At the same time, the bedroom can be a puzzle for those of us who have a sleek modern aesthetic. How do you make space that is inherently filled with pillows and soft beds also be an attractive design?
Even if no one has seen it and has it, your bedroom should still represent your style and feel like a place you want to relax. With that in mind, we came up with a number of bedroom ideas to help you create your own perfect break room. No matter how brave you want to go, how big your space is, or what your design preferences are, these bedroom decorating ideas will help you and will surely inspire you.
1. Keep Colors Light and Bright
White is a wide and practical choice for small bedrooms. It keeps the room from looking too busy or squares. Using white or brighter color combats the absence of large wall spaces or windows to brighten the space. Afraid of being too flashy? To protect your restroom from feeling cold or void of personality, coat your white with white and white textures and patterns for drama.
2. Push Your Bed Up Against a Corner
Most bedroom styles feature a bed by centering it on a wall. However, narrow floor plans and limited space calls for deviations for this. To maximize floor space, tuck your bed to a wall or corner. The effect will create a sleeping area that feels more comfortable. If it feels like a college dormitory?
3. Skip the Bulky Bed Frame
Extra space a few inches can be vital in a small bedroom. Split with your footboard-style bed frame and replace it with a simple modern headboard to complete the look of your bed. Or, choose a Hollywood-style frame that supports the bottom of the bed and no more than the perimeter of the mattress. You can decorate the space above the bed with art, or add a headboard later.
4. Embrace Minimalism
Add space to your room by peeling it off to your favorite essentials. The focus of this space is undeniably the bed, so keep furniture and accessories to a minimum. Even better, use contemporary and sleek built-in for additional storage. Built-in maximizes storage while looking like it’s not there. A good built-in around your bed creates a comfortable angle of sleep while adding lots of storage.
5. Magnify with Mirrors
The mirror expands the small bedroom by creating the illusion of a larger space. Positioning a mirror to reflect window light is also the only way to increase natural light in your space. The easiest way to insert a large mirror into your space? Find a mirror along the body and lean it against the wall. No need for holes. Even so, you will want to secure it with a wall attached to peace of mind.
6. Add Storage Under the Bed
If you are in the market for a new bed, consider a bed with a drawer underneath for additional storage. If space is very limited so the drawers do not open easily, use a decorative tray under your bed for additional storage. We love milk crates and other woven baskets that are resistant and look great.