Monday, June 15, 2009

How to Decorate a Small Bedroom

Learning to decorate a small bedroom without creating a cluttered space can feel like a difficult challenge. There are two parts to the equation of successfully decorating a small bedroom. First, you’ll need to create a storage system that will let you fit everything into a small bedroom without making items inaccessible, or creating wall to wall clutter. Then, it’s time to use some professional design secrets, like a limited color palette and varied light sources, to create the illusion of a larger space. With these easy tips for storage, color choice, and lighting, you’ll be able to decorate a small bedroom so that it doesn’t seem very small at all!

Storage: Banishing clutter

When it comes time to decorate a small bedroom, many homemakers panic because there’s simply nowhere to put everything! If finding room to store all of your belongings in such limited square footage seems impossible, take comfort in the fact that you’re not alone. Professional interior decorators and organization experts agree that inadequate storage is in fact one of the toughest obstacles of living in a small space. However, with these the creative ideas, you can create a sustainable storage system in a small bedroom. The key is to find wasted space and make use of it. Get or build a wooden closet organizer so that you use every inch you’ve got. Kick out the spiders living under your bed and add a few plastic bins or rolling drawers down there for some extra storage room. Fill those containers with items sealed in vacuum space bags, and you won’t believe how much you can fit! Now that you’ve got everything put neatly away, it’s time to move on to the next phase of learning to decorate a small bedroom: making it look great.

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