Here are some designs about small rooms for your reference these 8 small bedrooms, which prove that petite spaces can still be big on style.
1. SLEEK ALCOVE BED
Tucked in a neat alcove in Steven Gambrel’s Art Deco apartment, this custom bed is covered with Zimmer + Rohde, while the houndstooth pillows use Holland & Sherry fabric, and 1950s sconces are made by Ignazio Gardella.
2. TWIN-SIZED BED
This special bed in the Oakland, California guest room is sleek twin size, maximizing floor space without sacrificing comfort. The linen was made by Ralph Lauren Home, the floor lamps used Original BTC, Persian rugs, and glitter-on-canvas artwork by René Garcia, Jr.
3. ALL-OVER PATTERN BEDROOM
In a tight guest bedroom in Paris, special day beds, walls and drapes use Pierre Frey’s fabric. French doors flood the room with natural light, making it feel bigger.
4. CATHEDRAL CEILING BEDROOM
In a young Swedish monochromatic couple’s house, the master bedroom combines cool white and brown to a color scheme that makes a tiny space more open and airy. The bed is near Hästens, and the lamps and feces are antique.
5. MATCHING COVERLET AND WALLPAPER
At the house of a historic design duo based in London in the 19th century in Milan, Roberto Peregalli and Laura Sartori, the head of the bed of a small guest bedroom, bed skirt, blanket, and wall coverings are all the same Braquenié cotton. The pillow is covered with 19th-century broderie Fez.
6. BOLD PRINTED BEDROOM
In a compact guest bedroom in a London townhouse, hospitality company and Kemp Kit designers use black-and-white Brunschwig & Fils toile de Jouy for walls, canopies, pillows and beds, adding texture while maintaining a clean monochromatic color scheme. The artwork was by Dick Bixby, and the faux-shagreen table was Kemp’s design.
7. DRAPED BED
Fabrics of Rose Tarlow Melrose House decorate the bed made specifically in the main bedroom of this Cape Cod cottage, making the small room look more majestic. The bed is from John Derian, and the painting is by John Dowd.
8. WHITE ROOM
The light palette visually opens up the small master bedroom in the apartment of Paris fashion star Andrew Gn’s Right Bank. The 1950s carpet is Swedish, a nightstand made specifically by Benoit Langlade, and the 1970s lights flank the bed. The blanket is made by Le Rideau de Paris and the armchair is Danish.