Tiny Bedroom

42 Minimalist Style Tiny Bedroom Ideas

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Second to the living room, the bedroom should be another place where you let yourself experience relaxation to the maximum. A congested bedroom is not a place you look forward to come to at the end of the day. That is why having a minimalist style tiny bedroom is the way to go.

Also, a bedroom with minimal space should not make you feel like you cannot improvise some things to make it feel spacious and more cozy. There are very many things you can do to a minimal space to ensure that it is able to contain more than you imagined it would.

Allow the natural light

Always remember that you are in a small room and there is a tendency of keeping small rooms dark. Ensure that there is enough natural light coming from the outside through the small window on your wall.

Minimalist style tend to feel that if anything is too small, there is no need to put a little more effort to make it feel bigger and better. In such a case, you can boost the natural light by ensuring that you have brightly colored curtains. You will realize that the lighting not only brings in the feel of more space, it also helps to make the tiny bedroom feel completely aired.

Use mirrors

The reflection coming from the mirrors tends to trick the eye all the time. What happens is that the mirrors will help to reflect the light and as you look through your mirror, you will feel like you are operating in an extremely big room even though it is actually a minimalist style tiny bedroom. You can use a few mirrors properly arranged in your wall or you could choose to work with one large mirror considering where you get to position the same.

Use white for your theme

Bright colours work very well with minimal space. In your case, ensure that the walls of your bedroom are painted white. This could also work very well with the cabinets you choose to have in your room. This may include your bed, any seat you have and the cabinets. The white colour will provide a sense of space and also act as a boost to the natural lighting that comes from the outside.

Do not be afraid to improvise

You can improvise storage space from what you already have. For example, your windows can serve as a place you can hang your lights, as long as they are not weirdly placed. If such improvising is done to detail, it tends to give your room a petrifying feel, not just of the space but it also makes you feel like you want to spend more time in your room.

Frustration about having less in a small room can go if you are ready to think and improvise. There is so much that you can do with little space to make your place feel appreciated. All you need to do is to ensure that you use the correct decor, the right colours for ambience and to remove all items that act as clutter to give room for what will improve your stay.

Ken Walker
the authorKen Walker
My name is Ken Walker and I am on a journey to shrink my lifestyle. I truly believe that the best things come from living outside of your comfort zone. And in this case, living off-grid in a tiny home. Join me by following along.

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