These tiny yet successful bedroom interiors prove how less can be a lot more.
- More than words
We’re loving the stick alphabet bed linen, but the storage compartments underneath the bed are also good to have. Easy to reach and you can even skip having the bedside table altogether.
- Vertical touch
Keep the floor area clear by having everything on the wall. From shelving to lighting, all these bedroom necessities can go up there!
If you don’t care much for privacy in the bedroom, a full-length glass sliding door helps to visually amplify the volume of the room.
- Storage galore
Have a full wall of open shelving at the back of headboard to put an end to all your clutter nightmares. It also looks great as a visually stunning feature wall.
- On cloud nine
When you see more floors pace, you naturally see a bigger bedroom. A ‘floating’ bed with a single support or a mirror finish base should create that illusion.
Blur the line of separation between room and living hall with a wider entrance width and a sliding door.
- Top deck
This overhead fixture which serves as shelving and illumination points will bring much practicality to the space. Plus, the whimsical design which is shaped after a roof will definitely thrill the young occupants.
- Charming loft
What we like about this cosy room is that it has character, and can pack three functions in one space. The fuss-free workstation, the low-rise bed on wooden pallets and the wall-mounted TV all go hand-in-hand in creating that spacious, loft-inspired look.