| by Kenneth Chase | 1 comment


If you have a tiny bedroom and you’ve pared
down as much as you can, you might need to makeover your storage so you can fit not just
more stuff, but fit stuff more comfortably. That’s why we’ve rounded up the 10 best ways
to maximize the space in a small bedroom and bring new life to your room. 1.Use multifunctional Furniture A bed that has drawers below and a bookshelf has already combined 3 pieces of furniture
in one. If you decide to use a large piece of furniture,
ensure it can house the majority of your storage needs, without having to use other pieces
of furniture to block valuable space. 2.Install a Murphy bed These beds pull out from the wall and provide full floor access when the bed is hidden in
the wall. Modern Murphy beds, when closed inside the
wall, can house a foldout desk on the other side! 3.Maximize bedside maximize the bedside by using a table that has storage and also you can use the space
above the bedside table by adding a wall rail and some small shelves for books. The rail takes some strain off the table by
giving you an extra place to keep your glasses and hang your book. 4.Remove large storage furniture Armoires and clothes dressers can use a lot of floor space. This will give your bedroom more space and
visually will look more spacious. Once removed more natural light will pour
into your space! 5.Reduce the size of your bed Let’s face it, we would all love to have a California King sized bed, but do we actually
NEED one? You can answer that question yourself; you
may be willing to reduce the size if you knew how much space you would free up. 6.Use a sofa bed a sofa bed can help a small bedroom become a den, or office space and a bedroom. Sofa beds are often more formal in appearance
and can range from affordable to higher end models that have leather and a plusher mattress. 7.Maximize storage on walls Use open and closed shelving to remove bookshelves, and storage furniture units off of the floor
and on to the walls. Opt for wall mirrors that hang on the walls
over large ones that sit on the floor. 8.Use the back of the door There is so much potential in even the most cramped of bedrooms. If your door is untouched, you should know
that you can reclaim a ton of back-of-the-door storage space for your extra things, and it’s
pretty much invisible most of the time you leave the door open. 9.Under Bed Storage An entire wardrobe of clothes and whatever else you want to hide away, right under the
mattress. In a bedroom too small for a closet, under
bed storage is a stroke of genius. 10.High storage Shelves running the length of the room provide extra storage space. Put them up high for things you don’t use
so often. The height comes in handy for adding a clothes
stand, giving you somewhere to hang clothes that you don’t want folded.

1 Comment

Trap Town NCS

Feb 2, 2020, 4:33 am Reply

Keep it up! Looking forward for more videos from you, don't stop! Would you like to be YouTube friends? 🙂

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