Full size bed – While the bed is a focal point of a room, you should not consume all the space, as this may eliminate functionality and comfort. The organization of the bed in a small bedroom a full size requires the use of furniture, walls and the structure of the bed for dual purposes to maximize the limited space. This helps create a cozy confined front bedroom with a full size bed and its accompaniments.
Measure the length and width of the room to compare it with the dimensions of the full size bed. Normal-sized mattresses are 75 inches long and 53 inches wide; However, a box spring can increase the dimensions. Consider placing the mattress on a platform bed frame without a headboard or footboard to save space. Some platform bed frames come with built-in storage space that can eliminate the need for a closet or shelves, leaving more free space in a small room.
Find the location of the shots in the room so you can plan where to place items such as lamps, computer tables and an alarm clock without the bed blocking access. If the bed does block access, run an extension cord behind the bed. Center the full size bed against the larger wall, if it does not interfere with the entrance space and walk, or arrange the bed for one side is flush with the wall opposite the door. You must have at least 2 feet of room to walk on at least one side of the bed and between the bed and the open closet door, the bedroom door and bedroom furniture.