It works best to follow the principle that any decoration smaller than a cantaloupe will simply make a room feel cluttered. Work with a few good larger pieces to make everything feel more spacious and decorated.
Throw a few shelves up high and suddenly your eyes will be drawn to the extent of the room, making it seem like there is more space to live in rather than getting stuck staring at the ground in an already small space.
Keep your sofa off o the wall. Even though space is tight, if you can just find a few inches at least of room off of the wall, sitting down wont FEEL as cramped.
Glass and Mirrors
Things that you can see through and things that reflect light serve the same purpose as a window, giving a room the appearance of being larger than it actually is.
You may think you have no space in your bedroom, but there's actually a ton of storage space underneath your bed! Put your bed on top of a simple IKEA storage space and you can lift the mattress to get to your stuff anytime.
Not enough space on the floor? Don’t worry, attach some hooks on the ceiling and hang a wooden plate off it. Your floating bedside table is ready.
Studio To Two-Room
A studio apartment is great for open spaces, but most people would like their own bedroom. Use some nice curtains and a raised platform to make your own bedroom that looks amazing.
A bed that includes your dresser and with drawers at the bottom to store your clothes sounds like the best idea ever!
Behind Bed Shelf
The wall behind your bed often leads to waste of space but not anymore. Get some shelves and fix up a nice curtain to block the view.
Don’t let those corners go to waste. If you have great clothes, show them off by putting rods in various corners and hanging some of your clothes from them. It would brighten up the room as well.
Rack It Up
Keeping your clutter off the ground is the easy way to have a clean and organized room. Put various racks in your room and on the walls, easy enough to reach and hold stuff for you.
This trick is perfect for the super small bedrooms where the bed takes up most of the space. When you don’t have enough space to keep a writing desk, arrange your bed in such a way that the lower shelf can be used for holding your computer and act like a desk.
Power Bed Riser
Not only will your bed rise by 7” off the floor, but you don’t have to worry about getting additional power outlets.
You can get a sofa bed that shrinks into a couch when your friends visit and can go back to being a comfy bed for you at night.
Remodeled Hidden Bed
The bed can be pulled out of a space in the wall at night and during other times, it stays right there. Voila, hidden bed!
Working In Bed
Why get out of bed to go to your computer when you computer can come to you? A console table can make a great desk that you can use from you bed. And when it's not being used as your desk, it can be a shelf in your room!
Floating Book Cases
For those bookworms out there, these invisible shelves are a perfect way to display your books with both organization and style. They just make books look like they are floating in mid-air and are surprisingly strong.