Small Space Master Bedroom Design - A small bedroom isn't a curse. Of course, when you fill it with wall to wall furniture, it can feel like a claustrophobic space and not a space that promotes relaxation and rest. However, if you pick the best furniture, keep your belongings organized and understand which colour schemes represent the most light, then your small bedroom will feel much larger than it actually is. You will be able to enjoy the space and revel in spending time in your own bed.
When decorating a small bedroom, you have to first pick the perfect colour to paint the walls. Light colors like white, gray and beige are to reflect the most light. Painting the walls from one of these shades will make room seem to open up, whereas bold and dark paint colours will make it feel as if it's closing in on you. If your bedroom includes wallpaper or the walls are painted a deep shade, then spend some opportunity to counter them.
A great compromise would be to paint one wall a more intense color, and it can serve as an accent wall. Set the head of your mattress against this particular wall and it is going to naturally become the focal point of the distance, without making it feel smaller. You need a bed, a dresser, and perhaps a nightstand. Anything else is excess and only visually clutters the distance.
Do away with the next nightstand, and choose a chest or dresser but do not have both. Should you need more storage space, install vertical shelves across the walls, or use a folding screen to conceal your own clutter. You do not wish to find this mess out of the mattress because it is going to cause you to feel nervous instead of promoting comfort. Finally, you should maximize natural light to turn your bedroom feel more spacious.
If you are lucky enough to get windows, then put in sheer curtains rather than heavy drapes. If your bedroom only receives minimum all-natural lighting, then make up for it by utilizing artificial light. Lamps provide just the perfect amount of light without overwhelming. Another option is to put in wall sconces over your bed that washes the wall with an even amount of light.