You can either mount a shelf to the wall, set it up on it and suspend it with copper wires. To create the illusion of height, put up curtains such as valances, which are about 2 inches lower than the ceiling.
Use Large Rugs
The art of beautifying small spaces will primarily trick the eyes to believe that there is more to it than there is. One way to create this illusion is by putting huge rugs inside a smaller size. They give the room a sense of grandeur, even though some are able to cover your entire room, and that would not be the idea. Therefore, let the dimensions of your room be the guide, and if you can’t estimate the dimensions with your eyes, get a tape measure and measure the length and wide to determine the dimensions of the rug you require. Also, you can place the table or armchair in the middle of your rug to add depth and focal points in the space.
Install Integrated Wall Lighting Near the Bed
Incorporating lighting in the walls is an effective design choice even in smaller spaces such as your bedroom. Why? The reason is that you need small tables for the lamps placed next to them. The integrated wall lighting close to the bed will reduce space and provide the room an overall look. In addition, given the wide variety of wall lighting options including plug-ins and wired, you should find something you’re happy with.
In conclusion, when considering how to design your interior for small rooms, use your intuition; don’t attempt to use something that doesn’t feel right. You should aim to make the most of your space , and showcase that it in the best light.