Minimalist or scandi inspired interiors work well as a scheme for small master bedrooms. Keeping a space free from clutter and using complementary tones can really help create a sense of calm. If budget allows, invest in built in wardrobes and utilise under bed storage so you don’t need to cram as many pieces of furniture into the room. Mid-Century style furniture has a sleek profile and isn’t too bulky, making it a good choice in small bedrooms. Don’t be afraid of colour, particularly on the walls, it can help anchor the room. Here's a budget-friendly inspiration board for a bright and airy small master bedroom:
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WALL LIGHTS - These wall lights are an absolute bargain and look so much more expensive! Just £6.99 from Clas Ohlsen. Choose wall lamps instead of table lamps in a small master bedroom as a way to keep your bedside tables clear.
HANGING PLANTER - We love a hanging planter and this one from Ferm Living is one of our faves.
ACCENT CHAIR - If you have enough space to squeeze in a bedroom chair go for something a little bit luxe. The chair in the image is an Edwardian fireside chair that was reupholstered. If you are willing to have a hunt through eBay you can find some absolute gems. If not, we love the profile of this My Furniture number
PAINT- If you’re afraid to paint your small bedroom dark, but want to add more depth and colour, add an accent wall. The back wall has been painted in Highland Green by Dulux. It takes a couple of coats to get good coverage.
UNDER-BED STORAGE - If you don’t opt for a storage bed, make sure you invest in some under-bed storage.
BED- This bed frame is very reasonably priced with just enough space to slide some storage underneath.
CHEST OF DRAWERS - This Mid-Century style chest of drawers is from West Elm and available at John Lewis.
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