The Layout: While we don’t love pushing a bed against the wall, try leaving as little room as possible on one side—this will leave more space on the other for a larger bedside chest. A floating shelf on the opposite side works perfectly well in tight corners. The Bed: Opt for a smaller full bed with built-in storage in lieu of a dresser. The Extras: If you lack a big closet, opt for a clothing rack, place a small bench or stool next to it for any spillover. LOTS OF MIRRORS: room appear bigger.

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Remember when I did that “working with what you have” series a while back? I thought it might be fun to revisit it and noticed that several readers had requested advice for working with a small bedroom. Some of my very favorite rooms are small in size but are decorated “big.” Instead of going along …

Small bedrooms can be charming, cozy, and adorable – but if you don’t put time and effort into organizing and decorating them in the most storage-friendly way possible, then they can easily become a huge, hectic mess. A small bedroom usually means you have room for the necessities and not much else, which means that your storage space isn’t ideal. You could look at this in a negative way, or you could choose to look at it as a challenge to be as creative as possible.