If your room has a small size and you want it to have everything you need in it such as a bed, a desk, one or more shelves and a closet and it is impossible because it is small, here we are going to give you a series of ideas that can help you. inspire you to decorate small youth bedrooms .
The own space for a teenager is something more than important, because they have the need to be able to say that this place is theirs, with its rules, its things and its way of decorating. That is why if you can give your child his own bedroom, no matter how small, with good help from him, an excellent decoration will come out. And if the bedroom is small, you are likely to be interested in some ideas that we will give you below.
Colors for small youth bedrooms
If the bedroom is small, you may think that white is your only option. However, if you like color, there are ways to incorporate it without making the space seem overwhelming.
Used correctly, deep colors in a small room can camouflage the size of the space. You can use colors that calm or make you feel like you are in a cozy space. Even the color red can work very well. Choose furniture, curtains and accessories that match or complement the wall color.
Clear and bright colors
White is an expansive and practical option for a small bedroom. Keep the space from looking too tight. Using white or light colors combats the absence of large spaces or windows to brighten up the space.
To keep your small bedroom from feeling cold or lacking in character, layer white with different textures and different hues. As we see in the photo, the simple addition of a patterned design and chrome bedside lamps transforms the room from sterile to elegant.
White can work well in a small bedroom, but be careful with stark white as it can make any room feel cold. Soft cream, butter, or ivory shades are good choices, as are whites with a hint of gray, green, blue, or even pink. Decorate with accessories in your favorite color. White is generally the best option for a small room ceiling. However, a very pale blue is also a good option to make a ceiling appear taller.
Blue, green or red
If you prefer blues or greens, you can combine them with deep neutral tones, you can use different shades of the same color in the moldings, floors, carpets and curtains. This will help give the bedroom a more unified feel. Some very deep colors, like charcoal and taupe, will make the angles disappear from view, visually expanding the space. You can also choose high-gloss colors to reflect light in the space. You can also paint one of the walls a darker shade, this will visually set it back, making the space appear larger. Another widely used decorating trick is to paint a stencil or stripe pattern on one of the walls to create a focal point and draw attention to the size of the bedroom.
One trick that you can keep in mind is that horizontal stripes on a wall give the feeling of enlarging the space.
Earthy and neutral tones are a popular choice for small rooms. Neutral tones can visually push the wall back to the background, making the room appear larger and bringing more attention to the accessories in the room.
You can use a bright color for the walls and bed, and use bright colors to give a sense of depth to the small room.
Furniture for small youth bedrooms
You can try folding beds or sofas or multi-level furniture since double the space is used. For example, at the top of it, which is accessed through a staircase, we have a desk, a shelf, two cabinets and a bed. Thus, the space left to the floor, we take advantage of it to place another two cabinets, a total of six drawers and another bed.
The desk is placed just under the bed. In this way, the bed and the desk occupy the same space in the bedroom.
This is another great option to decorate small youth rooms: place one bed on top of the other, and the space that remains from it to the floor, take advantage of it to place shelves and drawers.
Other proposals offer bed, desk and cabinets on a single wall.
Or a folding bed like the one we see below, which can be raised and forming part of the drawers and the shelf, saving a lot of space and at the same time is very decorative.
As a first point you must take the measurements of your bedroom, door, windows; in this way you will save yourself from buying furniture that is later not ideal for the dimensions of the room. Then, every time you choose a bed, or a wardrobe or a desk or whatever, you should think about the multifunction, as a mechanism for making the most of space. Bunk bed, mini hollow armchairs inside for extra storage, shelves up to the ceiling, among others.
That it is a bedroom does not mean that it should be exclusively for sleeping. You should put in your diagram a place for a desk where he can study quietly. Choose the position with the best natural light, the study needs a preferential space.
Another thing to keep in mind is that all the furniture is against the wall, this will help the space look bigger. Forget, for example, to place the bed in the center of the room. It should be against the wall. There are furniture, as we see below, that on one wall offer beds, drawers, cabinets and shelves.
A few inches of extra space can be vital in a small room. A bulky bed can take up space.
Storage under the bed
If you are looking for a new bed, consider purchasing a bed with drawers underneath for additional storage.
The versatile floating shelf can work in many useful ways in a small bedroom. Here are some floating small bedroom ideas:
– A nightstand replacement
– An entry table by the door
– A bookshelf
– A place to store a collection of modern colorful boxes that hold clothing and accessories
– A portable desk
Install a wall cabinet
It’s not the cheapest option, but installing shallow cabinets along an entire wall can help eliminate the feeling of claustrophobia.
Other ideas for small youth bedrooms
To turn your bedroom into a comfortable and dreamy retreat, we show you more practical ideas and techniques for decoration and smart storage.
Create a Focal Point
Each room needs a focal point, a striking place that establishes a hierarchy so that the whole is not seen with the naked eye. Often times the focal point is the head of the bed, which can be enhanced with nice pillows. In a small space, the eye can also be drawn to the window. Rather than letting these two strong elements compete for attention, place the bed in front of the window to match consistently. Or, dressing one item – the bed or the window – in a neutral way, so that one moves away and the other can take center stage.
Keep the space open
It can be tempting to buy the largest bed possible. But doing this in a small space tends to feel even tighter. It is best to opt for a bed with a low stature that does not choke the room, such as a platform with storage space underneath.
Use smart storage
In tight spaces, every square inch is potential storage. Sure, you can hide boxes of sweaters under the bed, but remember to use a long quilt to hide the boxes under the bed. Place a storage ottoman chair under the window to store extra clothes or shoes. Use a nightstand to save drawer space. Make the most of your closet by being very organized. And look for a space on the wall where you can hang a bookcase.
Placing the bed against a corner
Most bedrooms center the bed relative to the wall. To maximize space, place the bed against a wall or corner. It will create a cozier sleeping area and you will enjoy more free space.
You can add space to the bedroom by using only your favorite essentials. The focus of this space is undeniably the bed, so you can reduce the rest of the furniture and accessories to a minimum.
Built-in cabinets maximize storage while looking like they’re not even there. Always remember when buying new accessories for the room, that in a small space, less is more. And always keep order, a small tidy space will always look larger.
Mirrors expand a small space creating the illusion of a larger room. Positioning a mirror to reflect light from a window is also a great way to bring up natural light in your space.
The easiest way to incorporate a large mirror? Find a body-length mirror and lean it against the wall. No holes are needed.
Zoom in vertically
If floor dimensions are limited but you have high ceilings, consider adding a platform as a sleeping area and space for storage or seating underneath.
Just because the room is small doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Add a focal wall, like the headboard wall.
Wallpaper tends to get a bad rap for making rooms look small and cluttered, but using the right style and technique does the opposite.
When selecting your wallpaper design, choose a large-scale pattern over a small one. Don’t forget to create a cohesive look by coordinating your bedding with your beautiful new wallpaper.
Small female youth bedrooms
Here we see some examples, very feminine, with pink, light blue or lilac colors.
When you have the basic furniture, you must move on to the second stage: painting and decorating. It is recommended to have a theme around which the bedroom revolves, it can be a music group, a sport or whatever you like. To paint the walls, keep in mind that dark colors give the feeling of a smaller room, while light colors enlarge the space. The rest of the things such as furniture, lamps, paintings or posters, will be chosen according to the design for which you have chosen.