Bedroom is where couple and/or family members spend great memorable times together.
Have you ever had a pillow fight with your siblings before while we are young? Or as always, having romance pillow talks with your love ones before sleep? ~~ sweet~~ Hence, it’s important not only to upkeep our bedroom at all time, but also to make it space efficient so that we don’t bumped into corners, items or each other foots.

Below are 5 Simple Designers’ Tips we hope to share with our readers in order to make your tiny bedroom feels much bigger than you can expect.



#1. Bright And Light Colour Themebright-bedroom
If your room is small, our best advice is to keep your walls, ceiling and general theme colour bright.

Use of cool colours such as White, Beige or Lighter Blue/Green/Grey couple with bright lightings (natural sunlight as well) that help makes your room looks more spacious.




#2.builtin-wardrobe-bedroom User Friendly Furnitures
Avoid using bulky or chunky, protrude legs or shape edges furnitures.

Built-in or multi functional shelves, cabinets or wardrobe helps provides more storage compartments; minimising cluster of many small furnitures that takes up your precious space.

Ensure extra soft safety paddings (especially corners) if your little ones is sleeping and/or frequently using the room.





#3. Height Illusion Principle
Install or leverage on your high windows, ceiling-height balcony sliding door or wardrobe to create a seamless space that extends from ceiling to floor, from indoor to outdoor.

Clever use of long curtains or visual linings (wallpaper) upwards instead of sideway to create the sense of high ceiling.





#4. Using Textures And Patternspattern-textures
Creative use of patterns and surface textures (either for bedhead, bed sheet, pillow case, sofa/chair or curtains) to create a sense of abstract, while maintaining plain and neutral in everything.

Occasionally you may also place your lovely art pieces (photo frames, souvenirs, flower pots, artwork painting etc) to attract eyeball attentions; rather than simply focusing on tight spacing.





#5. Mirrors (Commonly used items)
You probably know or heard this before. Using reflection principle like large mirrors to make any room space feels larger. Common areas where you can use large mirrors in your tight bedroom are:

  • >> wardrobe sliding door
  • >> as decoration walls

That’s all for today. Do let us know if you have any creative tips that we have left out which you feel it is important. Subscribe to us today for more tips and updates in near future.