You have a size of bedroom that is not so big, even small. do not make it an excuse for not needing to decorate your room to be nice.
we will give you an example so you can choose how to decorate a room with a small space.
We also need to decorate the restroom so that it doesn’t look useless. You can also use the small room as your guest room or your child’s friend, so your room design looks very comfortable and makes them feel at home.
A very tall canopy with gray cloth highlighting Samuel & Sons in vertical space in the master bedroom in this 400-square-foot East Village apartment. The blanket was in Miles Redd’s cloth for Schumacher, and the carpet belonged to Stark.
2.Brezzy white bedroom
A striking white light makes this small guest room in San Miguel de Allende, a Mexican retreat feels open and airy. The four-poster bed is customary, and the interior designer / owner Rela Gleason paints his favorite, antique table; the basket from Oaxaca and the throw is antique.
3.Bold graphic bedroom
For a funny graphic punch, this child-friendly Manhattan duplex tiny bedroom has a bed by DucDuc and a womb chair by Knoll. The futuristic pendant lamp is with Kartell, a decal map by Dezign With a Z and the carpet feels Patterson Flynn Martin.
4.Warm white bedroom
The master bedroom with sparkling ceilings on Amanda Seyfried, Catskills, the countryside includes Bed Restoration Hardware, a Gilt bench, and carpet from ABC Carpet & Home. The chandelier is with & tradition, and the beadboard wall is painted by Ammonite by Farrow & Ball.
5.Eye cathcing bedroom
Spanish Supermodel The windy Portuguese beach house of Eugenia Silva displays clean white walls with thick color accents. The bed in one living room is topped with a knitted cotton cover from Bulgaria, wall hangings are Portuguese, and the original colorful tile floor is home.
6.Wood walled bedroom
For Silicon Valley family forest retreats – regardless of the rural implications of a cabin in the woods – architect Cynthia Wang and designer Jamie Bush conjure up new takeovers in rural homes that bring urban coolness to Sierra, Nevada. The bedrooms are minimally decorated
In the bedroom of Kathryn M. Ireland’s textile design house in Santa Monica, the Barley Twist bed is furnished with Indian sheets from its collection. Pillows and curtains are on the fabric, the chair is by Sika Design, the lights come from Hollywood at Home, and the carpet is by Woven.
Townhouse rumah guru West Village Jeffrey Kalinsky yang mewah memaksimalkan kesan ruang dengan mempertahankan penggunaan warna rendah ke lantai di kamar tidur utama. Sebuah tempat tidur oleh Christopher Ostafin dan bangku 1990-an oleh Kampanye mengisi ruang bersama dengan kursi 1950 oleh Illum Wikkelso dari Hostler Burrows.
9.Artsy lilac bedroom
In the master bedroom of this colorful Upper West Side apartment, Hästens’s bed was wearing linen by Sferra and Olatz, a side table in the 1970s by Milo Baughman, and the lamp by Taylor; the walls are painted on Farrow & Ball’s Cinder Rose,
10.Modern beachy bedroom
Untuk orang dalam mode Meredith Melling dan keluarganya, desainer Ariel Ashe dan Reinaldo Leandro menciptakan gaya baru gaya Martha Vineyard klasik. Kursi utama Hans Wegner Papa Bear yang bertingkat rendah dan ottoman berasal dari Modernica; tempat tidurnya mengenakan penutup selimut dari Parasut dan lemparan dari L’Iviva Home, dada adalah desain khusus, dan karpetnya adalah oleh John Robshaw….
11.Color bloked bedroom
In the master bedroom of this San Francisco art dealer warehouse, the spacious headboard was covered in Rogers & Goffigon fabric, bed sheets were by Sue Fisher King, vintage Belgian linen sheets, Benjamin Moore’s Super White painted walls, and his artwork was by Joan Mitchell.
For their youngest daughter, they were redesigned at Cape Cod’s house, interior designer Raquel Garcia wanted to create a comfortable feel like a bird’s nest with peachy colored wallpaper. “I call it a nest because it feels small birds decorate it.”
In a contemporary farmhouse in Los Angeles, the tiny bed of Italian shells came from a former owner’s house in Europe, a mirror side table from JF Chen, and a chandelier found in 1dibs.
14.Bright airy bedroom
15.Bright airy bed
A familiar living room at the 19th-century farmhouse containing John Himmel’s bed wearing Schweitzer Linen sheets, a Swedish painted chest and tapestries by the Restoration Hardware; Roman matchstick features are special.
16.Sleek alcove bed
Tucked away in a neat niche in Steven Gambrel’s Art Deco apartment, this special bed is covered with Zimmer + Rohde fabric, while houndstooth pillows are in Holland & Sherry fabrics, and 1950s sconces by Ignazio Gardella.
In Ninni Ryott’s tiny rustic cabin, a small loft equipped with a bedside bench from the Åhléns, and white flaxseed oil on the wall by Kulturhantverkarna Färg.
18.Poster bed in paris
In the guest bedroom of a Paris apartment, a custom wrought iron bed frame is finished in gold leaf and decorated with pillows at Robert Normand and Lelièvre fabrics. The lamp was a 1940 plaster statue, and the curtains were made of Pierre Frey chintz and Dedar.
Inside a historic house in northern New York, downstairs makes gray and white guest rooms a place for more or less approaches. The bed uses linen by Matteo, side chairs found in India and benches are from Dennis & Leen. Lithograph is by Joan Miró.
In Northern France, the daybed in this guest room is Louis XVI, and is the perfect, small-space alternative to a large bed frame. The side table in the same style is from the 19th century.
21.Twid sized bed
The custom bed in this Oakland, California guest room is a sleek twin size, maximizing floor space without sacrificing comfort. The linens are by Ralph Lauren Home, the floor lamp is by Original BTC, the rug is Persian, and the glitter-on-canvas artwork is by René Garcia, Jr.
22.All over pattern bedroom
In a tight guest bedroom in Paris, the custom day-bed, walls and curtains are in Pierre Frey fabrics. French doors flood the space with natural light, making the space feel larger.
23.Cathedral ceiling bedroom
In a young couple’s monochromatic Swedish home, the master bedroom blends white and cool brown for a color scheme that makes the petite space feel more open and airy. The bed is by Hästens, and the lamp and stool are vintage.
In art and furniture dealer Ralph Pucci’s Long Island beach house, a guest bedroom is characterized by whispers of grey and blue, which give the small space some big personality. Thebed is dressed in bedding by , and a Bertoia chair is paired with a vintage Indonesian desk. The photograph is by .
25.Bathroom and bedroom all in one
In a couple’s 19th-century villa high in the hills on the isle of Capri, even the home’s smaller spaces offer an easygoing, contemporary retreat. In the tiny guest room, an installation of porcelain roses is by Art et Floritude. The marble tub is antique, and the floor is paved with travertine tiles.
26.Bright blue and white bedroom
In Ralph Lauren executive Buffy Birrittella’s East Hampton home, the bed in the master bedroom is from the Sundance Catalog. It is dressed with Ralph Lauren Home linens and an antique American quilt. The blanket chest and Tramp Art mirror are vintage, the sconces are by Ralph Lauren Home and the bedside table is custom made.
27.Naturalli lit attic bedroom
Ceramist Amanda Moffat’s Brooklyn townhouse has a big dose of personality with saturated colors, intricate patterns and an array of treasured heirlooms, and the attic bedroom is no exception. The Louis Vuitton trunk in the attic bedroom belonged to Moffat’s mother, the bed is dressed in Coyuchi linens, the 19th-century chair is from John Derian and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Decorator’s White.
28.Two twin beds
New York City-based decorator Alex Papachristidis designed two twin beds, upholstered in a Mokum fabric, for the charming guest room in his London apartment. The side table is by John Dickinson.
29.Matching coverlet and wallpaper
In the historic 19th-century London house of Milan-based design duo,, a small guest bedroom’s headboard, bed skirt, coverlet and wall covering are all of the same Braquenié cottons. The pillows are covered with 19th-century Fez broderie.
30.Twin attic bedroom
Home designer Michael Maher made the most of his small guest room in New Jersey by tucking twin beds under the eaves of the room. Maher designed the upholstered headboards and the coverlets are antique matelassé.
31.Fabric covered gust bedroom
In Brazilian architect and designer Sig Bergamin’s Paris home, an 18th-century fabric fragment hangs above the guest-room bed. The chair is Indian and the wall is upholstered in a cotton by.
The wallcovering, curtains and bedcover in this guest room in a Netherlandshome are a classic toile de Jouy. The headboard is custom-made, and the side table is vintage.
A Rose Tarlow Melrose House fabric drapes the custom-made bed in the master bedroom of this Cape Cod cottage, making the small room seem a tad grander. The bedding is from John Derian, and the painting is by John Dowd.
In hair stylist Sally Hershberger’s room, photographs create a pyramid shape, giving the small room depth. A Herb Ritts photograph of the Dalai Lama’s hands is centered above the bed.
35.Peaked ceiling double
A quaint study area and two small beds fit perfectly in the guest room of this Virginia Tupker-designed carriage house. The curtains are of acotton and the rug is a vintage Indian dhurrie. The custom beds are dressed with spreads from .
36.Fresh patterned bedroom
In this Southhampton cottage, fashion designer Lorry Newhouse saturated the walls in whimsical patterns. The wallpaper in the bedroom and the fabric for the chair, bed skirts and curtains are by Rose Cumming. The coverlet and shams are byand the prints and mirror are Victorian.
Earthy tones make two New York designers’ Marrakech riad feel cozy rather than cramped. The master bedroom’s rug was found in a souk. The bed is dressed with a blanket and linens byand pillow shams by , the floor lamps are by and the drawing is by .
38.Treasure truv theme
A New York collector fills his bedroom with eye-catching items, lending excitement to every corner of the little space. The bedroom’s rug is from, the crewel bedspread was bought in a thrift shop and the English tufted-leather chest was found on . The French lantern is from .
A light palette visually opens up the small master bedroom of Paris fashion star Andrew Gn’s Right Bank apartment. The 1950s rug is Swedish, the custom-made nightstands are by Benoit Langlade, and 1970s lamps flank the bed. The coverlet is by Le Rideau de Paris and the armchair is Danish.
40. Stick to a limited color palette.
41. Let the light in.
Keep window treatments to a minimum in a small space to make the most of the natural light and keep the look unfussy. For privacy add plain roller blinds or hang flat panels of lace or voile.
42. Maximize your storage space.
A floor-to-ceiling fitted unit makes the most of every inch in this bedroom. It cleverly incorporates room to display treasures, shelves for books, drawers for more personal items, surfaces that act as bedside tables and reading lights. Talk about multitasking!
43. Don’t be afraid to use windows.
There’s no rule that says you can’t push furniture up to a window. This bed is tucked neatly at the end of this small loft, rather than blocking the center of the room. Vertical blinds have been made to measure for privacy and to block daylight, and the window offers great reading light in the mornings.
44. Trick the eye with mirrors.
Creating the illusion of space with mirrors is a classic trick that works every time. Perfect for smaller bedrooms, a mirrored wall will visually double the space. This one does the job in style, its high position keeping the effect subtle and the antiqued surface looking elegant.
45. Have pieces made to measure.
Having custom furniture made for your space can be a very worthwhile investment. This twin bed has been designed to fit under the eaves perfectly, leaving plenty of space in the rest of the room. The built-in drawers and wall-mounted bedside table and light maximize every inch of floor, while a classic transparent chair provides unobtrusive seating.
46. Detract with a feature wall.
In a narrow room, bring the far wall forward with fabulous wallpaper. This pretty design links the pale blue walls and bronze quilt for a room that feels cohesive and has bags of personality.
47. Make your headboard work hard.
Using a headboard for storage is a clever way to make the most of your space. This custom solution manages to be a bedside table and bookcase as well as a headboard, and could easily be built to hold a rail and shelves on the opposite side for clothes.
48. Go for bold.
As the saying goes, “If you can’t fight, wear a big hat.” This attic bedroom shows off its sloping walls with pride and is consequently a bright, energetic space. A minimalist bed and desk area fit in neatly and make this teenager’s room a fun retreat.
49. Wow with white.
All white is a fail-safe space enhancer, but there are so many ways to do it. Here soft neutrals add just the right amount of warmth, while the minimal wall decorations draw the eye to the window and the view beyond. The neat built-in wall unit keeps clutter tucked out of sight behind slick drawer fronts, creating a serene mood.
Global theme room in the apartment, looks cool and reflects personality.