We are not all blessed with having big bedrooms that can comfortably accommodate all our nick-knacks and belongings. For this reason, today we will be sharing with you some room hacks that can save you space when you are stuck with a small bedroom that you need to learn how to love and enjoy.
Hang Your Lamp
Hanging your lamp instead of placing it on a table can save you a lot of space that you could easily utilize for something else.
Place Hangers Behind Your Door
Placing hangers behind your bedroom door can save you lots of space as you could use them for hanging wet towels or clothes than do not need lots of care and attention.
Let Your Desk Double As a Bedside Table
When you need a desk and a side table but you do not have space for both, let your desk double as a bedside table or vice versa and create more room for your things. You could also use your bed foot, if you have one, as a bedside table as well.
Go for A “Multipurpose” Bed
A bed that doubles as a bed and as a storage space is a blessing in disguise! You can use it to store your things and to tuck yourself in at night. This hack might be simple but many people overlook it.
Hang Your Laundry Hamper
To save some room is your small bedroom, hang your laundry hamper on your bedroom door or in the bathroom and keep all your dirty clothes away from your sight.
Use Wallpaper to Manipulate Your Room Size
Removable wallpaper can help you emphasize a focal point in your room and make it look bigger than it actually is. Just make sure you use the right colors and patterns.
Use Suspended Tables
Suspended tables can create the illusion of space so try to hang a couple of small tables around your room to maximize on space while adding an artistic touch to your room.
Skip the Headboard
Although this might not save you a lot of space, it will definitely make your room look a little bigger as it can block your window view or make the room look a little cluttered.
Use Shelves for Extra Storage
Many people underestimate the power of shelves! Not only do they look good on the wall, but they can also be used for extra storage for a range of items.
Use Frosty Film on Windows
If you need privacy mixed with a creative touch, use frosty film to cover your windows. It is a great way to allow the sun to shine through your room without taking up space for curtains or blinds.