Do you want a larger master bedroom? Are the kids complaining that their rooms are too small? Wish you could add space to the guest bedroom to keep visitors happy? There are plenty of ways to turn a tight squeeze into a comfortable bedroom.
If a bedroom feels claustrophobic and cave-like, the culprit might be overdressed windows. If you cut back on the curtains and roll up the blinds, you might be shocked at how much a room will open up. If you don’t want to go without curtains, add window film or lightweight curtains to keep the bright, sunny ambiance without sacrificing privacy and restfulness. If you lack storage space, why not adorn your walls with some garment hooks? Let your wardrobe be your room’s decoration! And while bold paint and patterns might add some visual interest to a room, they can also subtract space. Choosing a monochromatic color scheme for a small bedroom can create the illusion of a much bigger, more open space. Finally, by adding storage space wherever possible, including under the bed, you can keep the clutter down and free your bedroom up to breathe!
Read the full article here: 21 Ways to Make a Small Bedroom Big