How to Make a Small Bedroom look Bigger
Short of tearing out a non-load bearing wall, How to Make a Small Bedroom look Bigger requires ingenuity and creativity. As with most things, you have more than one option to visually expand a small bedroom’s look. One quick way to make the room feel larger and create more depth is to add different levels of light. Lamps and light fixtures at varying heights often create the illusion of a larger bedroom.
Easiest Ways on How to Make a Small Bedroom look Bigger
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Adding a mirror wall or replacing the closet doors with mirrors is one way on How to Make a Small Bedroom look Bigger. This technique works better when you install the mirrors the full length of the wall and from floor to ceiling. It gives the bedroom the appearance of having double the square footage because of the reflective quality of the mirrors.
Hide the Bed
Add custom cabinetry and bookcases to one wall of the room to hide a retractable Murphy bed. When the bed is not in use, it withdraws inside the cabinetry, leaving ample square footage in the bedroom the rest of the time. Around the space where the bed fits when not in use, include drawers or closets for storage. This works particularly well in a guest room that also doubles as an office.
Daybed or Captain’s Bed