Small Master Bedroom Ideas

by Megan

3. Decorate

Now that you’ve eliminated and organized, here comes the fun part. Time to decorate!


Decorating your master suite is very personal, so I won’t tell you what to include. But I will suggest that you ask yourself these questions:

  • What do you want to see when you wake up?
  • What colors help you feel calm and relaxed?
  • What designs, patterns, and textures speak to you?
  • Do you want your room to be full of family photos? Artwork? Both?
  • What might you see as you first enter your room?

Then I would suggest that you decorate sparingly. Plan out where you need to add something, and then only choose those things you enjoy the most.

I’ve always loved damask prints, and as you can see in the very first photo of this post, my bedspread has a damask pattern. In another house I used to have one accent wall wallpapered with a damask print.

For my current master bedroom, I went with a more modern design- this vinyl wall decoration from Cozy Wall Art. I’ve been eyeing it for a long time, and I absolutely love having it up on my wall.


My bedroom has only a few places for wall decorations, as one wall is taken up by the closet, another by a bay window, a third by our headboard (although I could put something above it), and the fourth wall is a half wall. This vinyl decoration was perfect on the half wall because it adds some classiness to the room without taking up any space.

We have other Cozy Wall Art decorations in the kids rooms, and they never disappoint! Easy (and fun) to install, they add to every decor!

It’s always great to decorate your walls, since those items don’t take up space in your room. But when it comes to adding a little flair to your shelves and nightstands, etc, go for items that serve a dual purpose- function and fashion!

One example is the reed diffuser vases that look cute and make your room smell great at the same time. Another example can be found in my baby’s nursery- the theme is under the sea, and the wipes box has Finding Nemo characters!

Another example are these Kleenex Perfect Fit boxes. I even gave some to my mom to use in her house, and both she and my dad(!) were raving about them! Here’s the top of her dresser:


Convenient, compact, and stylish!

Well, I hope you were inspired to go into your master bedroom and eliminate, organize, and decorate! Create the room of your dreams, big or small, and you’ll be happy every time you enter!

Get the products mentioned in this post:
Phone Cord Holder
Plastic Organizer with Drawers
Textured Spray Paint
Acrylic Organizer
Shelf Extender
Shelf Liner
Swing-arm Skirt Hangers
Cozy Wall Art

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Leila May 16, 2015 - 11:53am

I need to clean and organize and purge our room so bad! It’s awful!

I love those new Kleenex boxes! Those would go great in my home and out of home office space – liven it up a little bit!

Kate May 16, 2015 - 4:54pm

Great ideas! When I updated our master bedroom (which is also small) I just flat out had to get rid of a lot of things and find ways to organize better! Thanks again for the awesome tips.

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