10 Ways Designers Fake Square Footage In A Small Bedroom

Maximize space in your bedroom with our top tips.
If your sleep space is smaller than you would like, these clever ways to fake square footage are for you. Indeed, there are several interior design tricks you can employ to make your sanctuary feel more spacious than it actually is – all you need is a little creativity and to make a few key adjustments.
Below, we've gathered the top 10 tricks interior designers use – you can find more creative small bedroom ideas in our dedicated guide.
Brooklyn Cone Wall Light - 7 Inch - Brass, by Industville (Image Supplied by @houseninedesign House Nine Design)
We’re big fans of wall lights – they are stylish and space-saving. If your bedroom is small you might have to compromise on the width of your bedside table, which means any space you can get back is a bonus. The answer is to install wall lights on each side of the bed. 
‘Utilizing wall lights next to your bed is a bold style statement that offers a new element to your bedroom décor while saving you from the clunky lamps that take up valuable space on the bedside table,' comments Marketa Rypacek, Managing Director at Industville.
'The number one consideration for lighting any space, no matter what the size, scale or budget has to be a dimmer switch. Dimmer switches are a quick and cost-effective way of offering multiple lighting levels in a space, allowing the homeowner to set the tone and change the atmosphere of a room instantly.’
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