5 products I bought to make my small bedroom feel bigger
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- Decorating and organizing a small space can be difficult because you have to be more calculated with your decisions.
- When I first moved into my small NYC bedroom, I was stumped on how to fit everything in the room, keep it organized, and hopefully make it look nice, too.
- I spent a lot of time researching products to make my space efficient, practical, and feel like my own. It took me a while, but here are the five products that transformed my small bedroom.
If you scrolled through my search history from the past few months, you'd find an abundance of queries like "space-saving hacks," "small bedroom hacks," and "how to make a small bedroom look bigger."When I first moved into my apartment, it became pretty apparent that I'd have to get creative with my space. In college and my younger years living with my parents, I was never particularly neat - I had gotten good at hiding my messes in plain sight, pushing piles of clothes and other miscellaneous items to the corner of my room to be dealt with at a later time. In a small bedroom though, organization becomes a necessity and the only way to keep your room from feeling like a glorified closet. In order to be neat, I knew I'd need the right tools.
After spending far too much time searching for the perfect products to make my small space feel neater, bigger, and truly homey, I think I've finally done it. I'm sharing the tools I used to transform my small space so that hopefully you can get your space in order a little faster than I did.
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