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25 Tiny Bedroom Decor ideas

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Congratulations on your first apartment!
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Time to suck it up like the rest of us.
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This is 23 Hacks for Your Tiny Bedroom
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by Natalie Brown.
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1. Hang your lamp.
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That way you can either skip the bedside table
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or keep your table space free.
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An old lampshade that had “good bones”
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turned into a fun
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hanging lamp for the little nook.
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2. Get a console table for your bed
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that doubles as a shelf and a desk.
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It’s also perfect for those days
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when you just want to eat breakfast in bed.
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IKEA sells one for $129
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or make your own
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”Copy Cat Homemade Occasional Table”
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for less if IKEA stop selling it.
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It only cost roughly $33.50.
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3. Hang towels and things on the back of your door.
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Here’s a project using PVC pipe.
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This rack is excellent for drying towels
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and takes up very little space,
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and all without drilling holes in the wall
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in case you happen to live in an apartment.
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Check link to minimize error
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4. Disguise your desk as a bedside table.
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Maybe not for the serious gamer.
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Ideas from Apartmenttherapy.
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5. Or, instead of a footboard, use your desk
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so you have more space for your bigger computer.
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Instruction link comes with video
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6. Prop up your bed on risers.
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Not really a “hack,” but hey,
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sometimes you just need the extra storage space.
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You can buy this for $29.99.
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The Studio 3B 4-Piece USB Bed Lift Set helps raise beds
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7″ off the floor to increase under-the-bed storage space.
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7. Or go for a high bed with tons of drawers
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like this IKEA Hack.
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Three drawers to be exactly.
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8. Go the super-cheap route
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with an air mattress and milk crates.
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There is no shame in that, especially for students.
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Now you can sleep easy and not have to worry about
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where to put all of those boxes and storage crates!
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Sweet Dreams.
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9. Make a low-profile hanging hamper.
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Your dirty under things don’t have to go on the floor.
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If you don’t have a laundry bag,
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a standard pillow case would do the trick.
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10. Tuck your bed into an alcove.
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This one has extra storage thanks to a bookshelf.
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From IKEA LACK shelf into under-bed storage.
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Total cost including LACK shelf: $130.
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11. Make one wall a focal point
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with removable wallpaper.
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Tip one:
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Start with a clean, smooth, white wall.
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This wallpaper would be a bad option
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for bumpy or rough walls.
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Tip two: Make it a two person job.
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And
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Tip three: Please check info area
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to find a link and more photos.
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12. Suspended tables can create an illusion of space.
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For the minimalist in you.
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Supplies:
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A cutting board, coated steel wire,
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4 pieces ferrules, Pincers, a drill, and a hook.
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13. Desks and dressers can also float.
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It all depends on what you need.
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Build this at designsponge.com
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14. Hide a shelf behind your bed.
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Or stick your bed in front of your built-ins.
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The lost shelves can be long-term storage.
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Whatever works for your space.
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DIY done on a 328 Square Feet area.
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15. Turn old drawers into stackable shelves.
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Not everyone gets a built-in.
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Hang the headboard using a few 1×4-inch cleats.
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DIY Tip: if you’re having trouble finding oddball drawers,
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rescue them from dilapidated dressers.
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16. You can skip the headboard in favor
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of a few inches of more floor space.
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These photos should hopefully give anyone
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currently new at the headboard-less bed situation
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ideas on how to spruce up the bed
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without a potential monstrosity behind the pillows
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stealing the show.
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More inspirations in desire to inspire.
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17. Or build a cushy headboard that hangs on the wall.
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This is easier than DIY tufts.
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I love the colors!
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I love the coordination with the new bedding,
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Like a quilt, it’s certainly not perfect,
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but that’s another thing that makes it great!
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Love,
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Love,
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Love.
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Bring your staple gun.
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Credit goes to takingtimetocreate.
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18. If you don’t have a closet,
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offset your bed from the wall
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and create a closet behind it.
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You can do this with the Pax system from IKEA.
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19. Use every corner of space.
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You can hang stuff on this rod.
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For about $30 in piping and 15 minutes of labor,
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you can have a bar that is high enough
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to keep your long dresses from getting damaged.
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20. Shelves count too.
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They don’t have to be invasive, and they
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can hold anything from books to knickknacks.
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21. More corner tricks: Hang some hangers.
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You can turn your prom dress into decoration,
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while saving closet space.
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22. Cover your windows with frosty film.
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For privacy that doesn’t block light.
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Especially useful if you have a blah view.
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Non-adhesive window film, water, and baby shampoo,
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that’s pretty much all supplies you need.
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Learn more about the trick at notmartha.org.
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23. Looking for color? Use paper instead.
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24. Lamp salvaged made from
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an old opticians eye tester
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How good is that?
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25. Tape and Paint.
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With some imaginations and GEOMETRY,
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I am sure you can make something much better
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than this.
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That’s all guys,
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