Ways to Maximise the Space in Small Bedrooms


For several people, having a small room is a problem. Nonetheless, there are several solutions to this dilemma. All you need to make your space work for you is a plan, time, patience, and a set budget. With these four, you’ll be able to find a layout that would work for you and your needs. Additionally, these tips would also apply to those who have larger spaces. Below, you’ll find a list of ways to organise and maximise the space in your room.

Work/study area

Bedroom with bed, picture and night stand with light, flowers in vase and books
Used with permission of Casework

When choosing furniture for your work/study area, try to look for tables that come with drawers and cable management solutions. You can keep your room tidy and have more space to store miscellaneous items with this. In addition, good cable management goes a long way because it helps your space look cleaner. As for choosing a chair, if you’re working with limited space, you try to avoid office chairs or chairs with wheels in general. This is because the base of these chairs takes up a lot of space, making it impractical for smaller rooms.


Bedroom with double bed
Used with permission of Lauren Haskett

Choosing the right furniture is essential, especially for smaller rooms. And finding furniture that has dimensions that can fit smaller rooms can be challenging to say the least. But if you take a look at www.myfittedbedroom.com, you’ll be able to find countless ways to customise the fixtures in your room. What’s more, you can use all that freedom to customise to add more storage solutions. This way, you’ll already be saving time from looking and waiting for the right piece of furniture, and instead, you’ll be able to give instructions down to the last detail for your furnishings, fitting them to your specific needs.

Air conditioning/fans

Another way to save space is by getting an air conditioning unit or a ceiling fan. This is recommended because getting a regular standing fan would take up valuable space in an already constricted area. And if you don’t like the idea of getting a ceiling fan, you can try taking a look at fans installed on walls instead.

Storage solutions

White and blue designed bedroom
Used with permission of Melanie Gowen

Getting storage solutions for your room can help reduce the potential for there to have clutter in your room. In addition, you can add labels and categorise these storage solutions if you want to be specific and organised in keeping your belongings. If you’re looking at examples of storage solutions, try looking at shelves, drawers, and cabinets. What’s vital in these storage solutions is that you have a system to keep all your possessions in order.

To finish, you need to check and maximise all the space in your room to keep your belongings organised. Doing this can help you avoid the possibility of making your things look cluttered and, conversely, taking all the space in your room. Other than that, look for pieces of furniture that have the correct dimensions for your room. Lastly, remember that this list is not something you have to take to heart. It is something that you can change and alter to your specific needs.

Thanks to myfittedbedroom.com for consulting.


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