A small bedroom can be a big problem, especially when considering how important this space is to your psychological and emotional well being.
This is the space where you should feel most comfortable, a place where you should be able to stretch out and relax. If your bedroom is cramped however, it can leave you feeling claustrophobic, and can lead to problems with sleeping, living, and working.
Luckily there are a variety of solutions that can help you to make even the tiniest bedroom feel bigger and more luxurious. First of all, if you don’t have a lot of room, you shouldn’t have a lot of stuff. It is important to restrict your possessions to what you actually have the space for. The more clutter you accumulate in your tiny bedroom, the smaller it will look. To increase the feeling of space, try becoming a minimalist. The fewer items you have cluttering up the room, the more room you will appear to have.
Aside from being uncluttered, you should also try to keep the space tidy. Chaos in generals takes up more room than order. When things are neatly put away in their proper place, the room will feel more efficient, more perfect, and the space between your possessions will be more visible.
Color is another space tool you can use. In general dark colors collapse in on a room, making it feel smaller and cozier. In a small bedroom, you should try to use light colors so that the walls recede from one another, making the illusion of space. This is particularly true when it comes to wall color, although it can also be applied to decorative pieces.