Your bedroom shouldn't just be a place to lay your head — it's the most personal space in your entire home. There are many ways to decorate a small bedroom and one of the keys is finding space-saving tricks and looking to decor that doesn't actually require any space at all (think wallpaper, art, etc.).
1. Subtle wallpaper
Wallpaper gets a bad rap, but a cool, simple, and subtle pattern can add dimension and charm to your room without taking up any space at all.
2. DIY vanity
3. Light art
Try filling an entire wall with a wardrobe mirror — it both serves a purpose and opens up the space. If you don't have the wall space for something this large, simply use wall mirrors in lieu of art for a similarly airy feel to the room.
5. Geometrically interesting shelves
If you need to have a shelving unit, might as well make it interesting. A series of arranged square shelving units can provide a space for knick-knacks and personal items. The one you see here can be completely DIY'd.
Greens and indoor plants not only purify the air but also bring an outdoors-in approach to decorating.
7. Acrylic furniture
Acrylic furniture, when used in moderation, can bring a modern feel to a space. When too much furniture can leave a small bedroom feeling cluttered, the translucent look of acrylic might be a lifesaver.
8. Small side tables
In lieu of a nightstand or television console, try a smaller bedside table. The look is more chic and minimalist. Looking for some budget options? Our first pick is Target.
9. Wardrobe rack
This is both functional and fun. If you keep the rack carefully edited and if your wardrobe happens to match the color palette of the rest of your bedroom, then it can double as decoration.
Don't forget that your bed is an additional area for decor. Invest in two solid pillows for the night and artfully arrange mismatched throw pillows on your bed during the day. We love these velvet pillows with a soft luster by West Elm.
11. A gallery wall
A gallery wall is a fantastic way to highlight the room's personality without taking up any space at all. Here's a DIY to start building your own.