Post by Tracy Kaler.
Good design knows no size. If this statement is indeed true, then a small bedroom can be a well-designed bedroom. But how small is too small? Unbelievably, if a room is well thought out, size isn’t an issue. Let’s take a look at some tiny albeit creative spaces used for sleep.
This teeny New York bedroom manages to have the necessities as well as a dose of panache. The chandelier and window shade add style to the simple, understated space.
This London bedroom goes industrial and sneaks in two tiny nightstands alongside the full-size bed. What more does a bedroom need?
A rustic New Orleans guest bedroom boasts two Dutch beds tucked into the walls. A single window allows just enough light into the space.
With old and new elements, this straightforward bedroom contains enough space for a single bed, lounge chair, and of course, a house kitty.
A movie lover’s dream, this compact Scandanavian bedroom offers plenty of CD storage as well as a little bed.
Talk about an efficient design! A teen bedroom fits a work station as well as a spot for a guest to sleep in a trundle bed.
A Scotland treehouse bedroom is beautifully designed with its comfy storage bed, side table and chairs, and even a small seating area.