Bedroom. Wednesday , May 30th , 2018 - 13:48:19 PM
3. Storage under the bed. Create space in your bedroom by storing necessary items under the bed. It will act as an extension to your closet. Items that you rarely use are the top priorities to store this way. They include blankets and purses. Just roll them up in containers and slide them under the bed. For easy access and retrieval, if you have stored many items this way, you can stick a label on the outside of each container. Practicing this option will create more space in your bedroom and avoid extra and unnecessary piles of "stuff".
The focal point of any bedroom is obviously the bed. While furnishing a small bedroom, keep in mind that the bed is also the biggest space occupying object in the room, hence a smaller but comfortable bed is the right furniture in a small bedroom to create the illusion of space. Buying a low-level bed is another way of making the bed seem smaller than it actually is. For kids' bedroom, you can have bunk beds and chests cum tables for storage.
Here are the basics you should know before you buy.
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