If you’ve got a limited amount of space in your bedroom and still want to make the most of it, then you need to read this article. We’re going to look at three small bedroom ideas for saving space but still getting full use of your room.
One of the biggest drawbacks of having a limited amount of space in your bedroom is the lack of storage and closet space. Most smaller bedrooms only have a small closet, with minimal space for hanging and storing clothes.
The best way to get the maximum use from your closets is by using a closet organizer system. These systems allow you to “stack” storage in your closet, so you can have multiple levels of shelving, hanging space, etc. You can find modular organizer systems, where you buy the pieces you want and fit them to your needs, or you can have an organizer system custom designed for your specific closet and how you use it.
Another drawback of a small bedroom is the amount of space you have for a bed, while still having room for other pieces of furniture or other things you might want to do in the bedroom. This is particularly true if you live in an apartment or smaller home where your bedroom doubles as a living room or other space.
A Murphy bed is one option for getting the most from these types of spaces. These beds lift up into the wall or into a cabinet set against the wall, letting you move them out of the way completely during the day. The room can be used for any number of things while the bed is stored away, but it’s as simple as pulling the bed down to prepare for the night.
Another way you can get double-duty from your bedroom is with a day bed. These beds are designed to be used as seating as well as a bed, so you can use the room for other things during the day.
While most day beds are only designed for a single person, you can get trundle day beds that have a swing-out support that adds enough room for a second person. These beds are ideal in dorm rooms, small apartments and anywhere else that you may not have a dedicated bedroom