Sure, a sprawling master bedroom with enough space for a chaise lounge, a fireplace, and enough storage for an entire family sounds lovely, but not everyone has the luxury of space. The truth is, small master bedrooms can look just as nice and function just as well, that is if you know how to decorate them to their full potential. After all, don’t they say that the best things come in small packages?
The advantage with small spaces is that for the same budget, you have less square footage to cover, which means you can spend more per inch than you would in a larger bedroom. So where should you spend your money when it comes to you tiny master bedroom? We turned to our favorite interior designers’ projects to find out.