7. Shaping a small master bedroom
While the master bedroom of our dreams is ideally spacious, that does not mean a smaller room can’t be just as effective. With small master bedroom ideas, the key is to be clever with the space you have – try a foldaway desk, or a small dresser in place of a nightstand.
Go for a small double or queen size bed, rather than a king, to give yourself more room, and preferably a version with storage. Elsewhere, opt for fitted storage that blends into the wall, as it will not seem as imposing – include sliding door wardrobes here, or wardrobes with bi-fold doors, as neither will open out into the room, taking up even more space.
Small master bedroom ideas tend to favour a lighter colour scheme, as darker colours will make the space seem smaller. If you do prefer a dark shade for your walls, break them up with white for the furniture and bedding. Another tip is to match your bedroom furniture and wall colours, then you can incorporate larger pieces. Include reflective surfaces, metallics and mirrors, to increase the feeling of space.