Small Master Bedroom Ideas
If you are looking for small master bedroom ideas for decorating, it is quite important for you to minimize the number of furniture items you use and place the bed in the center of the longest wall. Based on the style of design you have in mind, try to keep any side tables or night stands to a minimal size and install floating shelves on one wall only. This will visually clear floor area.
Another great option is to install wall-mounted lamps, with a swing arms which will be useful for reading in bed. Choose lamps that are most suited to the night stands. Lamps that are too large may look out of keeping with the room. If you like that crisp hotel appearance, go for white bedding, or perhaps a solid neutral color. Use a maximum of four pillows, and cover two of them in to blend with the solid neutral color.
Depending on the amount of closet space available there are two options for clothing storage which will free up space. You could invest in a closed door wardrobe system which will have a modular interior option to give you more leeway for storing shoes, clothing and accessories. You can choose door designs and colors that will blend comfortably with the rest of the theme.
Your second method of storing clothes would be to set up an exposed closet system. This system allows you to hang all your clothes in a neat arrangement on crisp chrome hangers and show off your latest fashion acquisition become your bedroom art. Show your best clothes on display and create a second closet to house those items you don’t wear often.
Assuming that space will allow it, try to include a sitting area in your small master bedroom ideas. Just a small but comfy chair, close to the window if possible, but maybe close enough to the bed to share the night stand and reading lamp if necessary. If you have a low window, you could install a bench as a window seat. Most benches include storage space inside which will be a great place to store bedding and extra pillows.
Typically in the majority of bedroom situations sconces or table lamps on each side of the bed will be adequate for normal lighting and a ceiling mounted center lighting fixture for periodic use. An alternative to a center fixture would be say four recessed low-voltage lights controled by a dimmer switch.
This option offers a more modern look and also gives you a bigger variety of design options. If further localized task lighting is required, for example for your wardrobe system or makeup area, you could install a light bar over a mirror, use art lights or invest in an adjustable floor lamp which will also be useful for reading in your chair.
Window coverings to include in your small master bedroom ideas will depend to a certain extent on your own personal preferences. If, for example, you prefer a darker room to ensure a good night’s sleep, choose lined drapery or shades which provide almost total blackout. If darkness is not an issue, you won’t require linings and therefore you’ll have many more options available, including sheers, horizontal or vertical blinds, wood slat blinds, roman shades, roller shades and rod or track drapery. These options will depend on your window dimensions, privacy requirements and design style.
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