How To Choose The Right Fixtures And Furniture For Saving Space Of Small Bedroom

Having a small space of bedroom will be a problem for someone who has lots of stuff. So that is why we should decorate and choose the right furniture and fixture wisely. In this chance I would like to share some fixtures and furniture that you can add to save your bedroom space. You can use one or some of the ideas below.

10 Recommended Fixtures And Furnitures For Saving Space Small Bedroom

These are some of the best ideas we’ve seen for tucking away all the stuff that tends to accumulate in a bedroom, and ensuring that your sleeping space will be calm and restful.

1.Multi Purposes Bed


Under-the-bed storage often gets overlooked. Whether you invest in a storage bed or make your own cabinets, your bed is prime real estate for storage.

2. Large Size Of Mirror


Mirrors are one of the best ways to make any room appear larger. In the pretty bedroom above, a large mirror on the cabinet doors adds light and the illusion of more space in a narrow bedroom.

3. Mounted Nightstand


A nightstand that mounts on the wall is perfect for a small bedroom. The open space underneath the nightstand visually enlarges the space, and you can also stash things like shoes and books underneath. Mounting a lamp on the wall frees up space on top of the nightstand.

4.Wall Shelves


No room for a nightstand beside the bed? Hang shelves on the wall instead. In the room above, wall shelves provide a catch-all for books and other sundries in a super-narrow sleeping space.


For even more storage, consider hanging shelves up high that run the length of the room. You won’t lose any floor real estate at all, and you’ll gain a lot of storage space.

5. A Window Sill (if you have one)


A deep window sill can do nightstand duty in a narrow room. You can also beautify your bedroom by adding some plants or flower there.

6.Mounted Mini Shelf


Here’s an idea for a nightstand that takes up even less space, a simple shelf beside the bed. It’s a functional shelf beside the bed. You should have it in your small bedroom.

7. Sconces


Overhead lighting is typically harsh and unattractive so adding task and ambient lighting to any room is a good idea. Wall sconces in a small bedroom don’t take up the valuable floor space a floor lamp would.

8. Shelf Above The Bed


Why not re-claim the unused space above your headboard? Here, a shelf mounted above the bed adds extra storage, and lights underneath free up nightstand real estate. If you like reading in bed, make sure that the shelf is mounted above the height of your head when you’re sitting up.



If your apartment is lacking in closet space, wardrobes flanking the bed can go a long way towards making up for it. They also provide a nice, built-in look. (And if your bedroom is even smaller than the one pictured above, skipping the nightstands and just placing the wardrobes on either side of the bed)

Maya Moka