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1. Extend an upholstered headboardThis gives the bed a stronger presence. It’s a good opportunity to get more mileage out of a fabric and create a daybed feel in the corner.Check out these ideas for head-turning headboards
4. Use a daybedA daybed can help create the illusion that the room is more of a small sitting area, instead of a small bedroom that’s been taken over by a bed. Daybeds often have storage built in underneath too – another bonus for a small room.
Consider multifunctional or hidden furnitureIt’s wise to use furniture that can perform more than just one function. Take, for instance, a sofa-cum-bed – when not in use, the bed folds up and becomes a seat for you to settle down in and work.