If you have a small bedroom, one of the most delicate aspects of decorating is trying to place a bed in the space. Larger beds mean little room to walk around the bed and even less space for other furniture. Even worse, a traditional bed makes all the space above and below the bed unusable. So whether you have a small space or just want to use it more wisely in a large room, here are some ideas for smaller beds. These open the space by raising beds on the floor, adding storage and other creative options.
Small beds can use the smaller space with storage options. An example is the bed above, with another double mattress that slides under the first mattress. This is a great option if you tend to have company. The headboard also folds down to reveal extra storage space and reduced office space, ideal for laptops.
Note: The drawing above shows how some covers and creative leaves can be added to the drawing. Printed text sheets at the bottom and bright orange covers at the top add visual interest to the space.
As mentioned above, the problem with most beds is that you lose all the space above and below the bed. Thanks to this design, the bed is raised on a platform integrating a storage, so that you always keep a great ease of use in this space.
Raised beds often raise the bed to the ceiling, giving the impression that the bed itself is narrow. This design makes a good compromise by lifting the bed halfway up the floor, so you always get that usable space under the bed, but you would not risk bumping your head against the ceiling while you go to bed.