[Tutorial] Bedroom Ideas: How to Make a Small Room Look Bigger and Cozier

by Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Are you upset with the small size of your room? Small spaces can easily be affected by furniture, decorations and yes, clutter. Regardless of the small dimensions of any given space, it can be changed into a radiant, inviting and well-designed space with just a few minor adjustments. Well, look no further! There are tricks that you should know about and we are going to teach you how!

  
[Tutorial] Bedroom Ideas: How to Make a Small Room Look Bigger and Cozier

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[Tutorial] Bedroom Ideas: How to Make a Small Room Look Bigger and Cozier

Never Compromised Your Comfort! Inspiring Ideas To Live Large in a Small Bedroom

Small rooms can look bigger with the right style, design,and furnishings. It goes down to our choice of paint color, furniture, and decorations. You can use some bedroom ideas that trick the eye and make your rooms seem bigger and relaxing. Here are a few tips you can exploit to keep make your room looking clutter-free and still be able to use it as functional living space. So, let us start styling!

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Step 1: Use Bright Paint Color

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  • Contrary to popular belief, white does not make our room look bigger, rather the deeper colors because they make corners disappear.
  • Paint you wall with a darker shade as it elongates your room by making the wall look like it is fading.
  • If you have a carpet, paint the baseboards with the same hue as the carpet.

 

 Step 2: Avoid Small Furniture

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  • It may seem counter-intuitive, but a few over-sized furnishings works better in a modestly-sized living space.

 

 Step 3: Put Mirrors On Walls

Put Mirrors On Walls | [Tutorial] Bedroom Ideas: How to Make a Small Room Look Bigger and Cozier

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  • Put mirrors on walls across one another to create an illusion of a bigger room that goes on and on.
  • Choose mirrors with thick glass because they reflect dimensions better.

 

 Step 4: Put Decors That Will Complement The Room Color

Put Decors That Will Complement The Room Color | [Tutorial] Bedroom Ideas: How to Make a Small Room Look Bigger and Cozier

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  • Choose decors with colors and patterns that complement each other. Having many competing colors and patterns makes your room look smaller.

 

Step 5: Use Sheer Curtains

Use Sheer Curtains | [Tutorial] Bedroom Ideas: How to Make a Small Room Look Bigger and Cozier

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  • Use sheer curtains that can be pulled completely away from the windows during the day. Darker rooms look tinier.
  • Hang the curtain rod near the ceiling and have it extend past the sides of the window. This gives an illusion of a larger window, and therefore a bigger living space.

 

 Step 6: Use Subway Tile

Use Subway Tile | [Tutorial] Bedroom Ideas: How to Make a Small Room Look Bigger and Cozier

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  • Use subway tiles for your small kitchens and bathrooms. Ceramic tiles should be at least  3×6 inches to add depth. You can also use glass tiles to reflect light.

 

Did you know that it was Japan who invented the capsule hotel concept? Yes, their idea offers rooms measuring as small as 75 square feet.

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There are lots of ways to make your small room even larger than you ever imagined. Of course, you still want to design a space that looks well-organized and stylish. We hope you learned the best living room tricks from our article. With the right interior design tips and approaches, you will eventually forget that what you have is a small space.

 

Wanna learn more tips and tricks to improve your bedroom? Click here now!

 

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