Plants speak a different language and always make any environment come alive. Green is a soothing color and immediately invokes calm and serenity. By using plants in your bedroom, you can invite nature in, making the room feel cheery and bright.
Use tall plants to visually elongate the room. Experiment with artificial plants if your bedroom has low levels of natural light. Artificial plants today look very natural. You can find a good selection of artificial plants here.
Plants can be used creatively in a small bedroom interior design. A plant arrangement with small plants mounted on a wall could be paired with wallpaper or paintings to create a focal wall in a small bedroom.
Use Surfaces Creatively
Since floor space is limited, use walls and ceilings creatively. Don’t be afraid to hang things up.
Floating wall shelves, foldable work tables and wall niches take up very little space, but provide invaluable storage and work spaces. Wall art can also brighten up a room and give it a stylish touch.
Many people like to add decor to their bed back walls. Style up your bed back wall with textured fabric or wallpaper to add textural variety to your room.
Horizontal wood siding on a bed back wall can make the room look wider than it is. Think about wall art or paintings, but keep it simple. Adding too many patterns and textures in a small bedroom interior design can make you feel claustrophobic.
It is as important to think about the wall facing your bed as this is what you see when lying in bed or waking up. Therefore, it needs to be pleasing and soothing.
Beautiful artwork, soothing wallpaper or earthy wall panelling are all good options. Three dimensional wallpapers are all the rage and can liven up a small bedroom interior design.
Alternatively, a sleek console or a simple seating area with plants can also make a front wall come alive.
Don’t overlook the ceiling. Ceilings make a small room come alive. Enhance your ceiling with lighting – you can have a bulkhead of spot lighting or a dropped ceiling with a bulkhead and lights. Leave 2.8m of space above the bed. This ensures that the ceiling is not very imposing.
Lighting will define how your room feels at night. Have flexible lighting options to dim lights for mood lighting for a calm and peaceful vibe.