Adding too many colors creates visual fragmentation of an already small space. This makes your bedroom look much smaller than it really is. Lighting is another aspect that you need to plan carefully for bedrooms short on space. Lighting pretty much makes or breaks any room; big or small. Try to eliminate all dark corners by suing several layers of lighting. Pendant lights and scones are a great choice as they save up on leg room as well!
Attic bedrooms and stylish guestrooms are gaining prominence as home owners are trying to make use of every available inch of room. Loft beds, Murphy bed designs and wall units that store away all the mess help in creating sleeker and more organized bedrooms as well. The trend of adding a small work space to the bedroom is also encouraging designers to opt for more ergonomic solutions. Bedroom benches with in-built storage units and trundle beds make for great choices as well as they tuck away the unnecessary.
Our advice for decorating young girls’ bedrooms is that they need to be practical, yet cozy at the same time. Having a desk is not a bad idea considering that your teenage girl will do homework in her little crib. Also make sure there are plenty of cabinets or shelving systems where she can hang her stuff — there’s a saying that you can never have too much storage space, even if we’re talking about a girls’ room. And lighting is important as well, she’ll need plenty!