How To Decorate Around The Bed In A Small Apartment

This is an article regarding those kinds of homes that have open floor plans which also include the bedroom or sleeping area. So whether you have a studio, an efficiency apartment or a tiny home in general, this will show you how to decorate around the bed and to make this zone inviting.

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Use sheer curtains to divide spaces in a studio apartment. Although this won’t offer much privacy, it’s a chic way of separating the spaces and offering them individuality.{found on lamaisondannag}.

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Separating the bedroom from the living space is easy when the bed is placed in the corner. A single curtain is enough and it doesn’t even need to be heavy or opaque. It’s more about the symbolism.

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And if a curtain isn’t enough and you’d rather have something a bit more solid between the spaces, how about this combination? It’s a glass wall used as a room divider complemented by sheer curtains.

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When the whole décor is bright, minimalist and white and when the space is small, you want to maintain a transparent and airy ambiance throughout, even if this means sacrificing privacy.

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Curtains and room dividers aren’t always necessary. If the layout allows it, put the bed in a nook where it will feel like a private and intimate space even though it’s part of a larger open floor plan.

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A different type of layout could have the bed sit on a raised platform. Again, this lets it feel intimate without the need of walls or curtains simply because it has its own private piece of flooring.{found on finn}.

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But, by all means, if the beds fits inside a nook, that would be a perfect place for it and opaque curtains could work well in such a situation. The sleeping area would completely disappear.{found on husmanhagberg}.

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Another possibility is to design the space in such a way that the sleeping area doesn’t face directly areas such as the living space or the kitchen but rather sections such as the desk, workspace or the dining space.

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A really clever way of hiding the bed and making the most out of a small apartment is by thinking in layers. For example, a loft bed can sit above the living room sofa and this way you’d be saving a lot of space.

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Or, if there’s no other way, just focus on creating a cohesive and continuous design that allows all the functions to share the same floor plan, individualize them all but maintains a nice balance throughout.{found on husmanhagberg}.