A tiny bedroom can be difficult to stage but with a little creativity, the space can become a selling point for your home!
- Consider the demographics of the neighborhood. If it is mainly families, a nursery or young child’s room is a good choice. If the residents are mainly young professionals, an office oasis may be a more effective use of the space.
- Choose a monochromatic color scheme. This will be calming to the eye and will create the illusion of a larger space.
- Select furniture that will take up less visual space. A nightstand with open legs, for example. Avoid heavy pieces like sleigh or canopy beds.
- Choose one or two larger pieces instead of multiple smaller pieces. Too many smaller pieces will eat up the space and make the room look cluttered.
- Take advantage of vertical space by choosing furniture that is tall rather than wide. This draws the eye up and gives the illusion of a larger room.
Text by Julie O.
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