It can be quite a challenge: Arranging a small bedroom or guest room in a way that leaves enough space to move without tripping over something. In this blog we’ll show you three ways to help you achieve this as efficiently as possible.
Tip 1: Keep it simple
Light colours work best in small rooms because they make spaces appear larger. White, beige or (light) grey walls, bedcovers, wardrobes and floors always work well. Do you prefer darker colours? Use them in pillows, candles and other accessories. Don’t clutter the room with too many of these! The tidier the room, the more spacious it seems.
Tip 2: Storage space
Smaller bedrooms en guest rooms often don’t have enough storage space. In most cases this problem is caused by inefficient use of the available space.
Choose narrow, high closets to make the most of the available space in a room. To make sure that you achieve the desired effect, you could decide to have your storage units made to size.
Bookshelves can be fastened directly to the wall, preferably in light colours. Buy your units in a light colour or paint them in the colour of your choice. This will make your room look sunnier and more spacious.
Tip 3: A sofa bed
The most important thing in any bedroom is, of course, the bed. Often the bed takes up most of the available space in bedrooms or guest rooms. Is it possible to create more room without giving up comfort? Yes, by buying a sofa bed! A sofa is a sofa by day and can be changed into a comfortable bed by night with very little effort. Extremely practical and efficient.
You’ll find the different types of sofa beds on the Easy Living website. bedbanken.