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Locating my queen size bed in a small bedroom

A small bedroom can be a challenge for decoration, but this becomes even more frustrating when you add a large bed. The good news is that there are ways to make a bedroom feel larger even with the prominent presence of a cabinet. Think of your room as a haven of rest instead of a multipurpose area, and decorate it with that intention.

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Add color. paints the walls of your room using light and bright colors. Emphasize only one wall to add an illusion of depth paint the wall on which rests a bed. If you choose to use wallpaper, choose vertical lines to make the room look larger by drawing attention upward.

Place your bed against the center of the wall in the center of the room, to create space on both sides. If you have a bed with headboard and foot board, this final rule to create more space.

Use linen and colorful cushions to attract attention to bed. As this will be the focal point of the small room, using bright colors or fun patterns to attract attention. A canopy is another idea for a small bedroom since it uses vertical space and adds an extra focus view.

Reduce clutter and large furniture items stored in drawers under the bed. Too furniture can cram your room and make it look even smaller. Buy containers that slide under the bed to store things, and leverages other storage spaces.

Avoid the profusion of pictures on the walls. Choose a beautiful and unique piece, or hang a mirror in place. Too much decoration on the walls makes “catch” and that therefore the room look smaller. A mirror can provide an illusion of space, and one with a cute frame hanging above the bed gives a nice touch of decoration without it being overblown.