Start with the biggie s– comfy bedding an a welcoming layout. Bed + nightstand = a great beginning! In fact, for smaller spaces, this may be all you can manage, and it will certainly get the job done! For larger rooms, a dresser, a chair and other small furnishings can be added. In the space below, two chairs and an ottoman help create a comfortable vibe.
When we talk about black and white bedrooms, most readers tend to limit themselves strictly to these two colors. But that need not always be the case, as there are plenty of other colors in both dark and light shades that can create a similar monochromatic effect. Grey is one of the hottest new neutrals, and when used correctly, it can create the visual effect of a black and white bedroom. Darker shades of grey coupled with the right lighting can substitute for the traditional black. You can even tone down one of the two colors to craft a bedroom that is more to your liking.
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!
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