7. Go offside
If you can do without a surface on either side of the bed, it could be worth using one larger bedside table instead. It will give you a more substantial storage area and the opportunity to have larger drawers. It can also look great, too, as this London bedroom by th2designs shows.
A full-size unit in the sleeping area beneath the eaves provides a practical place for essentials, and also adds a quirky design element to the room. The offset furniture layout is accentuated by the monochrome scheme,
as the black shapes are silhouetted against the white backdrop.
Do you have a small bedroom? In the Comments below, tell us how you’ve stylishly squeezed everything in. And while you’re at it, like this story, save the images for inspiration, and join the conversation.
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