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Currently, the look of hardwood is very in vogue. but if u hate it you can easily layer the floor with an area rug on hardwood.In a small bedroom, layering your flooring will provide a rich style and cohesive look.Area rugs are an ideal item for a small room because an average rug will cover a large part of the floor that is 60-70 % of the area of your small bedroom. For example, if your bedroom is 100 square feet, look for a rug that is 60 to 70 square feet. It should loosely follow the dimensions of your room, so if you have a square room, look for a square rug.
You will need to work the colors of your bedroom’s decor into your flooring. I think that creating a colour sheme that has continuity, you will be fine.In a small bedroom, space is very limited…so u should avoid unnecessary items and busy patterns. And don’t stuff your bedroom with furniture.limiting furnishings and accessories..for example„eliminating nightstands and installing a small shelf on each side of the bed..Consider under-bed storage, built-ins, closet organizers, multipurpose furniture the doubles as storage. Use vertical space with tall, narrow shelves or install floating shelves.
For cloths„,If you’ve run out of hanging space, install shelves above your closet rod and neatly fold your clothes onto the shelves.
You can avoid the trap of having all your furniture flanking the walls of the room by adding a trunk at the foot of the bed for storing books or stuff like that
Hope these help you get some ideas to decorate your bedroom„,^^„,
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well„,actually u dont need to place bed/furniture against the wall„,for example„instead of placing ur bookcase against the wall„why not create your own a room divider„and u can place ur bed against the back of the bookcase,??? Personally I think it is nicer to lie in bed and look out the window. or maybe arranging furniture on an angle??Angled furniture redirects the flow of a room, allows you to move pieces away from the wall,..anyway~ Check out the following photos for some inspiration „,^^„,