Small space, big taste.

1. Establish a singular, strong focal point.

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2. Choose a foot-of-the-bed bench that incorporates storage.

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3. Inject color without overwhelming the space by painting half the wall.

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4. Opt for sconces in lieu of table lamps.

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5. Allow your vanity to do double duty as a nightstand.

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6. Add a bedskirt to hide any under-bed storage.

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7. Think vertically when it comes to displaying artwork and found objects.

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8. Use a stool as nightstand (or extra seating when needed).

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9. Install a curtain system to separate the sleeping quarters if you’re a studio dweller.

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10. No room for a desk? Try a sturdy floating shelf.

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11. Hang a strategically-placed mirror to make the room feel larger than it really is.

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12. Pick sliding closet doors over space-hogging swinging doors.


13. And finally, a wraparound upholstered headboard makes a tight space feel instantly cozy.

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