Big or small is not gonna be a problem nowadays. The design has taken a huge leap and now can take on any spaces available and sweetly re-purpose as the occupant wishes them to be. Even with limited room to maneuver. it can now be an elegant stretch without having to have a huge area to dive on. It was not used to be like this in the old days, but as the space to life is decreasing especially in a huge and super metropolitan city that grow vertically, using limited space and enhancing the range have become more and more common in today's world.
1. Traditional Style
The tone from the Colonial era is clearly shown here, and the space of the room is expressively right to core as the accessories and the artwork comes on to improve the atmosphere of the room.
2. Darkly Love Design
Contrast to popularly belief that small room has to be painted white and bright color, this design took a step and challenge the norm and pick on the darkest color possible. The result is a super elegant room with a transmittance of love in purple-ish visual.
3. Enhancement via Wallpaper Design
Source: Decor Gold Designs
Wallpaper with striking color or image can give an impact toward the room with minimum space. The room that adopts classic elegant design enhanced perfectly as the wallpaper came on to give the furniture and design of the room lively look.
4. The All Green Design
Source: Viscusi Elson Interior Design
Playing with a spectrum of green can achieve this soothing tone that helps enhance the look of the room. The color itself emit relieving and restorative vibe to helps the occupant relax and enjoy the room further. Try to put on one or two plants to support the atmosphere.
5. Brown and White Design
This combination is not uncommon, the natural vibe that came from these two color can be achieved easily by letting the color of the furniture be to their innate tune. Adding small detail that came in white is more crucial as the balance could be ruin if the proportion is off.
6. The New Classic
Source: Jean Stephane Beauchamp Design
The new classic look is taking it based on putting the color gray and hide it with another color to avoid the negative effect grim tune that came with it. The furniture, ceiling decoration, and the curtain ignite the luxurious and elegant but still modern vibe from the room.
7. The Classic Rustic Design
Source: Peace Design
This kind of natural and rustic design is superbly matched with limited space in the small room. The point of the room is enhancing the rustic vibe by adding several artworks that suit the tune of the natural space created by wood that surround the area.
8. Furniture is King Design
Since the spaces are limited, and usually the occupant didn't really like too much furniture inside the already packed room. The furniture chosen need to give a huge impact on the room but still elegantly and subtly subside into the room. The choice of unique nightstand can be a good example in here.
9. Bright Design
Source: Janis Nicolay
Bright might be the best answer in order to tackle the lack of stretch in the area. Filling up the room with a wide spectrum of color can be quite tacky at first, but bring one soft tone or natural color or maybe a combination of white and black to drag the atmosphere toward more natural specs.
10. Striped Wall Design
Source: Centsational Girl
This design may come too much of an experiment for some, but with a careful touch of natural tone of the color in the striped wall, the room itself look more spacious. But remember, not to put too much furniture that could block the path of the that are designed to create an illusion of space.
11. Matching Design
The key in this design is to trick our eyes to think that the furniture is the wall, well it will work as long as the color is matching and the vibe matches the overall atmosphere of the room itself.
12. The Elegant Master
Source: Steven Ford Interiors
We all thought that small spaces could be hard to modify to be elegant spaces, but it's all wrong. The key concept in here is to calculate every inch of the room and carefully placed any enhancement that came to change the look of the room.
13. Neutrals Design
Source: Patrick Brian Jones
For some, maybe neutrals could be boring, but the key to getting rid of this dullness that came with the theme is to add little yet impactful detail in furniture and accessories inside the room and by adding subtle color to create harmony with the overall look of the area.
14. Built-In Design
Source: Normandy Remodeling
The closet is also one of the most important accents in the bedroom, and with small spaces usually, occupant have to let go the closet for extra space. With this Built-in Design, the struggle is tackled and handled perfectly without any cut of from anywhere in term of spacing.
15. Eclectic Design
This style usually occupies much space and mostly found in the room with more than enough area. But with a little touch of retro art and attention to detail, the eclectic vibe can also transfer to small space. Taking on alternative and thinking outside the box is the key element to achieve this funky and personalized bedroom.