Space Saving Tips for Your Small Bedroom

Smaller living spaces are becoming increasingly more desirable. With property costs rising, many are reconsidering how much space they actually need and are opting for smaller options. Tiny houses are becoming all the rage, and while you may not be going as extreme, you might be living somewhere with a limit on space. A small living space is not only more cost-effective, but also easier to maintain. 

That said, you still want to make the most of the area that you have. If you have a limited area in your bedroom, here are some tips to maximize the space you do have.

  • Vertical Radiators

A radiator is necessary to have in your bedroom to keep the space warm. Traditional wide-mounted radiators can take up a lot of valuable wall space. That’s space you need when you have a small bedroom. The good news is that there’s another option: a vertical radiator. Vertical radiators take up substantially less surface area because they are tall and thin. You can fit them in places on your wall that you may have wasted otherwise. Warmrooms has a variety of vertical radiator options that will suit your tiny bedroom. 

  • Multi-Functional Furniture

An essential way to help you maximize the space in your small bedroom is by using multi-functional furniture. Each piece should have more than one use, thus eliminating the need for excess pieces of furniture. A great example is a bed with storage underneath. The area under your bed would likely not be used otherwise and can offer huge storage potential for clothing, shoes, extra bedding and more. Choose side tables that have storage space such as drawers or shelves that you can use for additional items.

  • Mounted Lights

Free-standing light fixtures can take up a lot of space in your room and they aren’t essential. While many table lamps and floor lamps add to the design of your room, you can find mounted options that are just as nice. By mounting lights on the wall or ceiling, you’ll free up the space that a floor lamp would take up. You’ll also clear up space on your side tables or dressers where you would have had a table lamp.

  • Mirrors

Mirrors are great for reflecting light and brightening up any space. The lighter you can reflect around, the bigger the room will look as shadows can cut your room off. On top of that, mirrors will create a more spacious feel compared to a flat wall or piece of art. Mirrors give the illusion that the room continues on past the wall.

  • Install a Fold-Down Desk

If you’re short on space, the last thing you’ll have room for is a desk. A fun and easy solution is to install a fold-down desk. You can get them in a variety of sizes based on how much space you need. Regardless of whether you need the space for various pieces of equipment or just your laptop, it will fold-up virtually flat against your wall. It’s easy to pull down when you need it, but stores away to give you space when not in use.