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10 bed frames for small rooms

When it comes to choosing your bed frame, you might think that you’re limited by the room’s size. Truth is, there’s plenty of room for creativity in a small bedroom. Some clever owners and designers have made use of small nooks and unique bed frames to give themselves their dream sleeping space: 

bed frames for small rooms
1) A sliding door helps keep the bedroom private, giving the owners a cosy nook for their antique chinese bed that fits snugly into the space. The headboard was also removed and its carved panels used as wall panels instead.
Source: Free Space Intent 

bed frames for small rooms
2) Have a home big enough for just one piece of furniture? This custom sofa can be assembled into a bed or separated into footstools, leaving you with plenty of room for more when it's put together.
Source: Spacedge Designs 

bed frames for small rooms
3) Create a floating bed with recessed lighting underneath your floor. The soft glow helps the bed appear lighter.
Source: Design Channel

bed frames for small rooms
4) A bed frame made of concrete hollow blocks is definitely eye catching! Turn the decorative wall that doubles as a headboard into a functional piece by leaving display niches in between.
Source: Free Space Intent 

bed frames for small rooms
5) With its space-age like design, the unique headboard draws attention to the curved platform. But the curve, for this home, isn’t just for show. Using a curved platform gives the owners more walking room as the footprint of the bedroom is too small to allow a larger, angular design.
Source: Distinct Identity 

bed frames for small rooms
6) Keeping the room bare gives this 18th –century Maharajah four-poster bed prominence in the small guest room of this home. If you're wondering how they squeezed it in, the bed frame is detachable and it was assembled within the room itself.
Source: Ethnic-Fushion ID 

bed frames for small rooms
7) Yes, it’s a common sight in most homes now, but it’s always a pleasant surprise to know that there’s a pull-out bed handy for guests.
Source: EJ Square Design 

bed frames for small rooms
8) Turn the space against your window into your bed frame. Tucking the bed sideways does give you more space for other things, in this case, a large mirror and bench.
Source: The Interarch Design 

bed frames for small rooms
9) Tall and imposing, a tall loft bed is great for making a big impression. It's also good for bedrooms that have a high ceiling but a small surface area.
Source: The Scientist Pte Ltd 


10) We saved the best for last. Yes this room is definitely too large for a HDB flat, but, if you, like many other couples, create an open-concept room, this crate-like structure is possible. It definitely creates a dramatic and functional bed frame.
Source: Museum

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