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Eye Candy: 7 Tiny Bedrooms with BIG Style

 

Eye Candy: 7 Tiny Bedrooms with BIG Style

This just in: Size really doesn't matter in the bedroom department. What does matter is style! And these teeny-tiny boudoirs are loaded with it.

First up is designer Jen Chu's bedroom. She not only did she fit a large 4-poster bed and a glittery chandelier in her diminutive bedroom but a home office as well. You can see more pics of Jen's bedroom, click here.

Tiny doesn't have to mean uninviting. Take for example this cottage-y bedroom. That bed is begging to be tumbled into. And those windows...sigh.

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This next bedroom might look large, but at 9' x 9' it's rather tiny. The fresh combo of white and turquoise opens it up and the large rug--besides anchoring the bed--commands attention. 

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 If you thought 9' x 9' was small, check out this room. More of an alcove, it measures a teeny 6' x 6'! That didn't stop Kevin and Layla, however, as they turned it into a guest room. 

Here's another alcove-sized bedroom. Note the use of the fabric on the ceiling that acts as a canopy without the four-poster part. Clever.

Color is used as a headboard in this tiny bedroom. That wall actually invites us in, no?

The last one is actually located in the hotel High Road House. I'm loving the built-in side tables, which is a great idea to incorporate in a tiny bedroom.

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DesigningMom on Feb 07, 2012:

Crazy, huh? Your posting came at a very important time since I'm reworking three of our four bedrooms. I've been thinking of, but not sure about, making the smallest of the three into the guest room. We rarely have guests, and using our son's old room (turned guest suite) as my drawing room and our daughter's room (second guest suite) as my computer and sewing room makes so much more sense


~Becky <><


DIY Maven on Feb 07, 2012:

We have a chair and side table in our rather large bedroom as well. It's just there to 'take up room' and look pretty. Heh.


DesigningMom on Feb 07, 2012:

The bedrooms in our home are a bit larger than average though not overly so, but looking at these lovely rooms it reminds me again what I've often wondered.... Why does ones bedroom need to be large when most of the time spent in there is sleeping?  All rooms above are beautiful and completely adequate for ones sleeping needs. I'd rather have other rooms in the house meant for quite time. Though we have a seating area in our room I  can't even remember the last time I sat there. Never have hubby and I sat there together. 


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