Forming a small bedroom decor by adding space or changing the existing space. Add function with bookshelves, cabinets and storage systems. If a large-scale addition is not possible, increase square meters by building a bump out. Paint to immediately change the look of a room. Use space for more than one purpose. Add a daybed, futon or roll the bed to make the room one bedroom / guest room and family / media room. A small bedroom can also function as an office. The wardrobe space in a room can be used for extra pantry storage or for out-of-season clothes. Make plans for paper before you begin construction.
Measure the room to be newly created and describe it on checked paper. Each box on the paper will correspond to one foot. Looking at the overview on paper helps to clarify what you have to work with. Measure furniture or other items that you want to place in the room. Pencil all pieces on checked paper for a good fit. Look at the surrounding rooms. To enlarge the space as new, a wall to an adjacent small bedroom decor or hall could be removed. A wardrobe or niche can be removed or “bumped” into the next room. A bursary is added to an outside wall will make a small room larger. Make sure you are not manipulating with a load bearing wall. Any structural changes should be reviewed by a professional.
Color and flooring will make the room appear bigger. Bright colors shine up a small bedroom decor. Dark colors draw your vision, making the room look smaller. Mirrors will make a room look larger. Space-expanding optical illusions can be done with color. Painting a ceiling white against colored walls will make the room seem longer. A wall painting painted or wall wallpapered on a wall will add dimension. Place storage. Remove the bunk bed from a set of bunk beds to create a single cot. Place a desk, chest of drawers or shelves in the open space under the transfer fox. Create shelves by removing gypsum and building shelves between the rules.