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Space Saving Ideas for Small Bedrooms

Having a place in the heart of the city has its advantages – your job, schools, shops and amenities - everything is practically just a block away! There’s one major trade-off though: Space. Living space has shrunk over the past few years and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find a city home that has a floor space bigger than 50 square meters; especially when you’re on a budget. Studio style and loft apartments can even be as small as 24-30 square meters so, sometimes it feels like you can never fit everything you need without your place, and your bedroom, looking like a cupboard!

Designing a small bedroom can be challenging but there are lots of possibilities. The trick is in finding ways to have smarter space by using every inch available efficiently and aesthetically. It has to look good! Here are some ideas you can try...

Choosing the Right Headboard for your Bed

Does a bed need a headboard? Not really, but having a headboard definitely adds style and functionality to a bed.

There are lots headboards available online for you to choose from. Let’s try to narrow down your options so you end up with the best possible headboard.

Why do you want a headboard?

Small Space Solutions: Accommodating Guests

Having overnight guests? Although sleeping on the couch for the night may do the trick for close friends and relatives, it would be better if you had some guest space prepared in your home especially if you’re expecting company.

Setting up some guest space doesn’t have to be too expensive. Guests don’t really expect you to have a room that would rival a hotel suite; most would be more than thankful for bit of privacy and a comfortable bed to sleep on.

Bed Frame Buying Guide: What to look for in a bed frame

Bed frames are one of the most underrated parts of the bedroom. We don’t tend to think about them much, but without them, we would struggle to clean underneath and around our beds, would have a mattress that was a breeding ground for bacteria and dust, and would be more likely to wake up in the middle of the night with a spider next to our face!

With all of this in mind, we think deciding whether or not to purchase a bed frame is a bit of a no-brainer.