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5 Ideas to Steal from 5 Small Bedrooms

A few square meters can be as fancy as a hotel room

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After a long day at work, I always look forward to coming home to my bedroom. It’s not that big but it has everything that I need–shelves of books, a working TV, and an electric fan. Of course, I also make sure that my bed is clean and that the sheets are changed every two weeks.

How about you? What makes your private space unique? Aside from keeping it cozy and relaxing, I’m sure that you also make it a point to style or decorate it with the things that you love and cherish. If you have a small space to work with, this shouldn’t stop you from creating a space that you would also love to come home to. Take inspiration from these spaces and keep in mind these ideas:

Main photos from: Coole DEKO and A+B.

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