14 Bedrooms in Malaysia that Make the Most Out of Small Spaces

14 Bedrooms in Malaysia that Make the Most Out of Small Spaces

Lydia Lohshini by Lydia Lohshini on Dec 3, 2018
Why you should care

As houses are getting smaller, so are bedrooms in Malaysia. Floor space is prime real estate and property prices are soaring. We show you how to make the best out of small spaces, starting with the bedrooms. Take advantage of every square inch in your bedroom to create a cosy sleeping space.

Looking for inspiration on how to design your small bedroom? These Malaysian homes have worked out how to make the most of their minimal space.

Browse through these creative layouts that prioritise both form and function in small spaces.

This small modern bedroom eschews a large bed frame and instead uses one that doubles as storage and extends into a study table.

Embodying a minimalistic interior, this bedroom features a sleek and simple wardrobe and vanity that don’t take up too much floor space.

A compact bedroom like this makes best use of its floor space by including only the essentials.

See how this small bedroom included a queen size bed, his and hers wardrobe, and two bedside tables while still leaving space for foot traffic.

The white walls and large window with natural light give this room the illusion of space and depth.

We love how resourceful the interior designer of this room was. Not only does the elevated bed frame extend into a unique study table, the staircase leading to the bed also features drawers for storage.

To save space in small rooms, consider loft-style bed frames. This room managed to include a bed, study area, and even storage cabinets into a compact room.

Check out how this room uses bright and bold hues to give the space more depth.

This crisp white bedroom tucked its bed into the corner to allow space for other furniture pieces.

Similarly, this bedroom tucked the bed into a corner and utilised a built-in wardrobe to give the room more manoeuvring space.

To effectively manage the small space in this home, the interior designer opted for a Murphy bed to allow for wider floor space during the day.

This Scandinavian inspired bedroom made sure to avoid bulky furniture and opted for simple, minimalistic pieces that don’t overcrowd the room.

If you’re designing a room for more than one child, consider this option of a pull-out bed and built-in storage units. They’re both cost- and space-saving!

A great way to deal with minimal floor space is to build upwards. Check out how this home incorporated 3 beds into a small room.

Browse our other articles for more bedroom ideas in Malaysia.

 

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Why you should care

As houses are getting smaller, so are bedrooms in Malaysia. Floor space is prime real estate and property prices are soaring. We show you how to make the best out of small spaces, starting with the bedrooms. Take advantage of every square inch in your bedroom to create a cosy sleeping space.

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