Small bedroom space is getting more common. This is particularly apparent in metropolitan cities where the square foot gets more and more expensive and showing no signs of decrease. So it’s time to get creative for your bedroom rental arrangement.
Whether you’re renting your property for a shorter term rent such as Airbnb, or whether you’re renting a monthly apartment, getting the bedroom space a makeover would pay off handsomely.
Employ floating shelves to optimize your vertical spaces
Upper walls to ceilings are often largely unused. These spaces simply exist. But this is where these vertical spaces shine. They are great for storage spaces. Use floating shelves or even the surround shelves in the bedroom.
The space on top of your bed is especially going to leave more of dead spaces, as you won’t be able to put desks or shelves on top of the bed. This is where floating shelves and surround-shelves come very much in handy. The surround shelves would especially create a cozy look for the bed.
Choose the style and colours of the shelves that complement your bed or the overall look of the bedroom.
The popular usage of platform storage
If you’re an avid user of social media, you’ve probably seen a relative of yours or an acquaintance of your distant relative sharing some renovating ideas. And much of this is the idea of getting the best out of the available space.
Clever use of loft is among the favorites of the internet folks. Lofts are another part of social media-viral ways of maximizing the use of space As for the platform storage, they made a frequent appearance in these small room ideas posts.
And they are popular and went viral for a reason; they convey a clever use of space in such a way that you go “Oh!”. Get the bed on top of the platform storage. This method uses both elevations as the saving-space technique as well as maximizing the room for good storage space.
The platform storage can also be replaced by a walk-in wardrobe. Who says you can’t have a large wardrobe if you have limited bedroom space?
Keep your colors bright
A property designer’s rule; bright colors that are consistent throughout the room
Keep the wall colors consistent with the furniture, especially the ones that take up the most space; the nightstands, the desk, the wardrobe.
It does not mean that everything has to be the exact same shade. In fact, a variation of shades would add more depth to the overall design of your property’s bedroom.
A mezzanine style bedroom with those who have high ceilings
If the height of your bedroom can afford you to get a mezzanine design onboard, then get on with it. Make use of the space below the stairs well, otherwise, it would just turn into dead space. Bad news for an already-small bedroom.
The space below the stairs can often be effectively used for storage. Fit a vertical shoe rack below your stairs.