Sometime we have a problem with small space and have to many item inside a room but there is a way to trick Space-Saving Solutions for Small Bedrooms. If you’re dealing with a common small-apartment problem — a bedroom scarcely large enough for a bed, much less anything else — look no further than this list of clever space-saving solutions. These are some of the best ideas we’ve seen for tucking away all the stuff that tends to accumulate in a bedroom, and ensuring that your sleeping space will be calm and restful.
Mirrors are one of the best ways to make any room appear larger. A large wall mirror will bounce the light and give illusion of a wider space.
A nightstand that mounts on the wall is perfect for a small bedroom. The open space underneath the nightstand visually enlarges the space, and you can also stash things like shoes and books underneath. Mounting a lamp on the wall frees up space on top of the nightstand.
No room for a nightstand beside the bed? Hang shelves on the wall instead. For even more storage, consider hanging shelves up high that run the length of the room. You won’t loose any floor real estate at all, and you’ll gain a lot of storage space
Mounted Mini Shelf
Here’s an idea for a nightstand that takes up even less space — a simple shelf beside the bed.
Overhead lighting is typically harsh and unattractive so adding task and ambient lighting to any room is a good idea. Wall sconces in a small bedroom don’t take up the valuable floor space a floor lamp would.
A deep wall-mounted shelf can double as a desk, if you’re okay with perching on the bed while working.
Double Duty Nightstand
Kill two birds with one stone and make a nightstand do double duty as a desk.
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Shelf Above the Bed
Why not re-claim the unused space above your headboard? Here, a shelf mounted above the bed adds extra storage, and lights underneath free up nightstand real estate. A word to the wise, though: if you’re a fan of reading in bed, make sure that the shelf is mounted above the height of your head when you’re sitting up.