6 useful interior hacks to incorporate in your bedroom
More often than not, bedrooms end up drawing the short end of the stick when it comes to allotting space within the interior layout. This has resulted in smaller bedroom dimensions over the years. The smaller the space, the harder it is to decorate, so designers all over have been coming up with various hacks to make the best of bedroom designs on this short leash. A small bedroom space has a lot of potential to be manipulated into something useful with proper design techniques. Below, let’s look at some ways in which we could maximize the aesthetical output with minimum effort.
- Multipurpose furniture
The furniture ends up taking the largest amount of floor space within any interior design. In the case of bedrooms, the bed itself is the focal point and largest piece that takes up most of the space. In the image below you’ll see how the designers have countered that functional essential by making the base of the bed a wardrobe add-on. You could store all of your essentials within this space without hankering for more interventions like wardrobes and such.
- Focus on verticality
Verticality is always a good way to make good visual impact within small spaces. The bedroom interior in the image below has been specifically designed on this concept, where the tallness becomes such an inherent part of the design, it makes the smallness of the space seem completely obsolete.
- Dual purposed
If your bedroom is large enough, then you could always add dual purposed interventions within the space. A study-come-bedroom has been popular trend across the globalized design market. You could always play with the layout and the aesthetics of the space in order to enhance the quality of your bedroom space.
- Decorative yet effective
Sometimes, simplicity could be the best cure for all your bedroom interior woes. All you need is one standout object to act as the focal object within the space and the rest could be as straightforward as you can make it. The interior below is a good example of this concept; where the glitzy decoration piece becomes a cynosure while the rest of the bedroom is carried out in elementary designs.
- Playing with levels
One level up creates a small vertical aesthetic, but two steps up can make for an entirely different aesthetic. It will definitely sideline the bed and open up more circulation space while creating a unique and distinctive visual impact for your space.
- A kitchenette
For all the procrastinators out there, now you can emulate a small kitchenette into your bedroom interiors. It would give a five star single room vibe and you won’t have to run all the way to the kitchen when the munchies will hit at unusual times.