6 simple hacks to make your bedroom seem larger
Bedrooms can often times come out as cluttered spaced, so today we will be sharing some simple interior hacks to make it seem larger and more spacious.
- All white everywhere
White is one of those hues that can make any space seem large because of its great reflective qualities. It also comes in various shades that make it easy to play with in regards of creating visual dynamic in the space. If you look at the image below, you will see a bedroom that has been designed in all white with the exception of a few side trimmings that that been used to create appropriate contrast. The overwhelming use of white is certainly playful but definitely not austere and that is in part due to the expert material an color interventions on the designers part.
- Compact planning
One of the trendiest way to open up more space in your bedroom these days, compact planning has carved itself its own personal niche in the interior design genre. The image below shows a great way to conduct this kind of a plan in a neat, organized way – a level up for the mattress, sided by a small study nook and the rest for circulation space; neat an organized in the best possible way.
- Minimalism plus textures
Another great way to make more space without compromising the aesthetics is by arranging your layout in a minimal way but topping it off with adequate textures. In the image below you will see a bedroom that has been designed on the principles of minimalism when it comes to furniture and layout, but the textures on the surrounding walls stop it from looking drab or boring.
- Joining spaces
If you feel like your bedroom is too small and you cannot feel comfortable in there, then you could always break down a wall to merge your bedroom with your closet space. This will definitely open up the layout. However, make sure the wall is not a loadbearing one, otherwise your entire structure could be compromised.
- Twin bed and dual spaces
If you’re looking to design a room for a child or a single person then go for a twin bed – it is smaller in size and will allow you to work more freely with the rest of the space. This way you could also add some other accoutrements to the room – like a personal study nook or a seating alcove to ramp it up.
- One step up
The step-up solution is a pragmatic one – if you rise up a small segment of your space then it will definitely create the illusion of a more wide circulation space. Segregating the major stronghold of your layout – the bed – can make the rest f the space seem adequate capacious in the pest of ways.