(via Marcus & Willers Architects)
When designing a small master bedroom, it forces us to be more creative, since there are fewer options for furniture placement and accessorizing your space.
(via Cathy Kert Interiors)
(via Tracce Design)
This serene bedroom is in tight quarters, with only 30″ between the bed and the sliding closet door. Next to the bed is a simple mirrored finish side table.
(via LUX Design)
A 1950’s era home features this cozy master bedroom that lacked character and space. The designers added some tricks to create beautiful aesthetics and spaciousness.
(via Simply Home Decorating)
A small bedroom with a neutral color palette uses a layering of textures to give it a cozy, warm feeling. Small, simple artwork helps to not overwhelm the space.
(via Darren Palmer Interiors)
The ceiling fan was purchased from Home Depot. Above the queen bed, she framed fabric for an instant pop of color. It is a simple way to add art to your walls and very budget-friendly.
In this space, floor-to-ceiling window panels adds visual affect, while in the center, a roman shade conceals the glazing. Small side tables reveals there is just enough space on either side of the bed.
(via Paul Lafrance Design)