Making the most of space: Interior design and space-saving furniture for the bedroom.

Trends and future predictions are important in the field of design – being aware of the fluctuating prices in land, and of various materials, the minimum standards, and the current technologies are vital things to consider when you enter the field.

As of late people are starting to see the value in blank space, and the value of space itself. With the increasing prices of space throughout the world, designers are usually challenged to think of design solutions for smaller spaces. Various unconventional configurations and layouts are being employed in order to solve the problems of smaller spaces – among these, space-saving furniture is commonly employed. While there is no specific formula for answering problems in design, getting inspiration from the already tried and tested is a good starting to point into creating new solutions. Here is a list of current space-saving furniture styles, configurations, and technologies in the bedroom that can inspire and keep your interior design business updated.

Elevated Beds

Elevating beds to increase space bellow allows you to have more ground space and a clearer line of sight – allowing space for other amenities such as a bathroom, storage space, work space or a circulation space. Elevated beds range from loft-type beds to beds that can be hidden in ceilings. Find the best mattresses 2019 to go with the elevated bed.

Hybrid furniture beds

Functional boxes is a great example of hybrid furniture that can easily keep a space compact and clean and can create some visual edge to a space due to the change in levels. Another type of hybrid furniture are beds with mattresses that can be lifted, that allows you to have either a storage space, or a play area for the kids below – because the mattress can be moved up it allows users to easily get things and use the space below without compromising comfort for its users.

Functional sculptures

Space-saving doesn’t require you to compromise your love for ornamentation or making a statement. Functional sculptures for storing small objects can be used to add a focal point and some character to a space.

Movable Shelving Units and Pocket Closets

Movable shelving units allow you to create space for dual cabinets that can be sued for storing things like clothes and books without compromising the standards for aisle widths. Movable shelving units can either be manually moved or moved through technology.

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