How to: Style a small guestroom
If you’re having trouble decorating a guest room which is on the small side, we’ve collected some useful tips on how to best make your room feel like a cosy escape, no matter how much space you have.
First, try to make extra room around the bed, rather than putting the sides of your bed up against a wall. This can make the room feel cramped, and so creating aisles of space will help the room feel bigger than it actually is. Doing so also improved the room’s flow and made it easier for visitors to get into and out of bed — plus, it made room for nightstands.
Our Evie Guest Bed is the perfect option on guest rooms tight on space, or our Shoreditch sofabed is ideal for last-minute stay overs.
Adding a mirror can help open up a small space; it doesn’t have to be very large, even smaller mirrors can have the same effect without dominating too much space.
Make sure you don’t waste any space with any surplus furniture. The best example of this is where bedrooms have both a closet and a wardrobe. If this sounds familiar, try removing the wardrobe and add in some seating instead.
Do you have a small guestroom? Let us know if you have any other space-saving tips!
See you soon,
Feather & Black
September 5th 2016