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The six tricks for interior design that make your small bedroom look IMMEDIATELY bigger

The six tricks for interior design that make your small bedroom look IMMEDIATELY bigger – and they won’t cost you a fortune

  • The tips transform every small bedroom and make it look like a larger space
  • The list contains coordinating colors and the use of artwork as a headboard
  • The ‘hacks’ are meant to help those who may not know how to redesign a bedroom

Whether you have just moved house or want to refurbish your bedroom, organizing a small room is always a challenging task.

But you can give a small space the feeling that it is bigger with a few tricks.

The team behind lifestyle publication Bed threads have recently shared their tips to make a small bedroom look bigger – including the use of art as a headboard and painting the walls in light colors.

From using art as a headboard to simply hanging your clothes, the tips will certainly help you maximize the space in a small bedroom (stock image)

From using art as a headboard to simply hanging your clothes, the tips will certainly help you maximize the space in a small bedroom (stock image)

1. Use light colors for walls and varied colors for furniture

When decorating a bedroom it is essential to strategically plan which color the walls will get against the furniture.

Bed threads recommend that the walls, ceiling and window frames be painted in light tones to open the room and fill the room with furniture in different colors to ensure that the room is not too minimalist in style.

“If you have white bedroom walls, a simple white bedside table will fade in the background and not be a heavy visual block,” said expert Rory Carter.

This balancing act between not enough and too much white can make or break the style of the room.

Try to find different shades through a range of carpets, furniture, artwork and decorative items that draw attention to themselves (stock image)

Try to find different shades through a range of carpets, furniture, artwork and decorative items that draw attention to themselves (stock image)

Try to find different shades through a range of carpets, furniture, artwork and decorative items that draw attention to themselves (stock image)

2. Color coordination is the key

As with using light tones on the walls, coordinating colors is another useful tip when planning a room that you want to make it look bigger.

Try to find different shades through a range of carpets, furniture, artwork and decorative items that draw attention to themselves.

“If your bedroom is well coordinated, your eye will naturally focus on that, rather than space,” Rory said.

3. Raise your bed to create extra space

The 16 decoration tips to make a small bedroom look large

1. Use light colors on walls and windows

2. Color coordinate

3. Raise your bed to create extra space

4. Buy a flatweave rug for texture

5. Use artworks as a headboard

6. Mirror a window to reflect light

7. Be tired of installing white furniture with white or light walls

8. Hang up your clothes

9. Use simple bedding for a minimal approach

10. Create height by pulling curtains against the ceiling

11. Think about your layout

12. Buy furniture with legs

13. Create a focal point

14. Consider the visual importance

15. Make a simple styling

16. Clean up all mess

By placing your bed on a high bed frame, you not only create extra storage space for sheets and clothing, but the floor also appears to be well-arranged.

“Thick bed bases are usually too heavy in smaller bedrooms and you have no favors,” Rory explained.

4. Buy a flatweave rug for texture and style

A rug is always a great addition to any bedroom, because they are perfect during the colder months and are also a stylish feature.

More specifically, a flatweave carpet will stand out against a room with white walls and the fabric is not that bulky compared to other materials such as faux fur.

6. Use large artworks as the headboard

To create a leaner look when redecorating, replace an ordinary headboard with a set of art prints.

This unique trick creates a focal point and makes the bedroom appear longer and less messy when a large print is used.

“I replaced the headboard with a set of prints that had been waiting in my closet to be used and my entire bedroom now feels longer and less messy,” Rory said.

Another creative trick to create the illusion of more space is to place a large mirror in a position where it will reflect light (stock image)

Another creative trick to create the illusion of more space is to place a large mirror in a position where it will reflect light (stock image)

Another creative trick to create the illusion of more space is to place a large mirror in a position where it will reflect light (stock image)

6. Mirror a window to reflect light

Another unique way to create the illusion of more space is to place a large mirror in a position where it reflects light.

“The best way to position a mirror is to place it on a wall opposite a window to create the effect of another opening,” Rory said.

This is a good tip if you have an extremely small room, because it feels and looks like you have twice as much space.

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