Styling Your Bedroom: The Corner Bed Floor Plan

Can a bedroom into your home feature window placements, architectural detail or size limitations that are creating the floor program hard? Consider the corner bed style, before you pull your hair out. When it’s getting the most out of floor space, raising functionality in a room or just balancing a general appearance, the corner bed may the answer you’re searching for. Have a look at the way the couple Houzzers created the corner bed look work.

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Anita Diaz for Far Above Rubies

The first possible positioning is pushing the head of the bed into the corner. Don’t think of this space between the corner and bed as lifeless room; use it for decorative accents or a functional addition. In this case, a plant adds texture and height to the space.

Lori Gilder

This bedroom created a functional space between the corner and bed with the addition of a table for lights or accessories.

Adeeni Design Group

A shelving system helps ground the bed in the space whilst giving trinkets and accessories a place.

Another option is pushing the top and side of the bed into the corner. If that really is the best possible design for you, turn it into a cozy refuge with the use of numerous pillows. A soft bed against chilly, hard walls can appear harsh, but disguising that transition pillows will make all of the difference.

Carla Aston | Interior Designer

Consider adding a headboard to each side that is against the wall. This will help the bed feel as if it’s in its own proper place in the room’s design when reaching the identical softness as pillows.


Or, keep things quite contemporary by keeping up a sleekness with your corner bed. This one is found in a studio apartment. It is so chic and clean, it could double as the couch during the daytime.

Tracery Interiors

Twin beds pushed into corners are perfect for children’ and guest rooms. In general, this design will maximize walking space between the beds, which makes it easier to maneuver throughout the room. In this picture, beds with tall articles enhance the height and include architectural dimension to the space.

David Churchill – Architectural Photographer

The smallest of spaces can seem luxurious for this floor plan. From contrasting colors to scrumptious linens to lacquered finishes, these built-in twin beds in the corners display an air of elegance. Can you believe this bedroom is actually found on a yacht?

Pure Design by Jerry Bussanmas

A corner bed can become quite handy when you want to maximize functionality in a room. Here, a corner bed allows another half of this room to be utilized as a workplace.

Tobi Fairley Interior Design

Studio apartments also profit from this floor plan. A bed in the corner will produce a different sleeping space separate from regular living, especially when it’s enclosed by a privacy curtain.

Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers

Wish to maximize sleeping space in a narrow area? Bunk beds in the corner is going to do just the trick.

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