Want to create a perfect resting haven but having trouble with limited space? These small master bedroom furniture ideas can bring in much needed help.
Choose a bed with extra storage. A bedroom without a bed is no bedroom at all. A focal point in the room, it is where you will be deposited after a long day at work. Choosing a bed, however, means putting comfort on a pedestal. You would not want too small a bed, leaving you or your partner squeezed tight. Go for something inviting and cozy. A queen size can make do, but make sure it has extra storage space to hold some essentials.
How about a bedroom set? Choose to make good use of your bedroom walls for starters. Recessed walls being customized into built-in wardrobe closets are excellent for small master bedrooms. There are also standalone portable wardrobes which you may want to consider.
Add a mirror to your dresser. Some bedrooms may not require a dresser, but such plays an integral part in a well-arranged master bedroom space. Here, one can embellish a room’s decorative style while adding the functionality of storing cosmetics and jewelry, and a slew of personal pieces. The key idea is to coordinate bed, closet and dresser material for fluidity that’s easier to the eye. Adding a mirror on top of the dresser will serve two purposes– for personal grooming and for creating an illusion of a much bigger space. Of course, this is on top of a full-body mirror which you can plaster on a wall. This is an example of small master bedroom furniture ideas that anyone can use to get spruced up in the morning before work, or a gathering with friends.