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The Best Beds for Small Rooms Will Totally Surprise You

Your room is about to feel 10x bigger

Your room is about to feel 10x bigger


From  Architectural Digest

Not all small rooms are created equal. Some are narrow, others low-ceilinged, and most are just totally square (figuratively and literally). In keeping, the best beds for small rooms are a varied bunch, with different attributes depending on what problem needs solving in your space. Maybe your room truly is minute—and you'd like to have at least somewhere to stand in the room—in which case you could consider a twin bed, a Murphy, a sleeper sofa, or a loft. Something that disappears when it's not in use! But what if you're dead set on squeezing a queen bed in there? You might get one with storage stashed inside, so you don't have to buy a dresser—or even a platform bed (a great option if low ceilings are the thing cramping your style). And if, all storage and floor space concerns aside, you just want a bed that makes you feel like it's a much bigger room than it really is, there are a few heroic options: Sleigh beds look very intentional when placed longways against a wall; and canopy beds, against all odds, will make a tiny room feel expansive. The point is that there's more to life than a mattress on top of a basic $70 metal bed frame—though if your room is the size of your bed, that might be just the thing.


Murphy Bed

Looks like a cabinet, but it's actually a fold-down-when-it's-bedtime bed! Tuck this amazing invention into a recessed wall and lift it up when you need some room to do cartwheels (but seriously: yoga) during the daytime.


Twin Bed

This might be obvious, but a twin bed will buy you a lot more space than a full bed if you're just one person sleeping in it.


Platform Bed

Low ceilings got you down? It's time to get a platform bed, which will automatically make the room feel bigger since it's flush with the floor.


Lofted Bed

If you're desperately in need of some extra floor space, get a lofted bed—and then tuck a desk, a bookcase, and anything else your heart desires underneath it.


Captain's Bed

If you've barely got room for a bed, let alone a whole set of drawers to go with it, the move is to combine them. Sometimes called a captain's bed, a frame with drawers underneath will stow most of your clothes in no extra square footage.


Canopy Bed

We know what you're thinking—how could a canopy bed be right for a small room? Just trust us. The way it lifts the eye and outlines the room will do all the work of a good paint job, well-placed artwork, and more.


Sleigh Bed

Another counterintuitive pick, but a sleigh bed is ideal for when you need a bed to run longways along a wall (weird required arrangements being the hallmark of small-room decoration). The curled-over head and food will make it look intentionally placed and feel extra cozy.


Sleeper Sofas

If the small room in question is not your main bedroom, consider a sleeper sofa—there are so many that are actually good-looking!—so you can use the room for cozy movie nights, too. Bonus if you can find one with pillow and sheet storage inside.


A Regular Bed

What we mean by this is any nonplatform bed that's 1) far enough off the ground to fit storage bins underneath and 2) wouldn't look crazy with a bed skirt (to hid the bins). Stow out-of-season clothes under there and nobody will be the wiser.


Storage Bed

Simply lift up the mattress to access clothes, shoes—pretty much anything you don't have space for in the rest of the room.


See more at: Architectural Digest

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