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The super tiny sleeping spot (20.35 square feet, to be exact)

So your bedroom’s not quite a bedroom? Just because you sleep in an unconventional space, that doesn’t mean it can’t still be comfortable and highly functional. Here’s how to take a non-bedroom and make it the perfect place to recharge.
A bed is shown behind a curtain room divider.
A small white and gray sleeping space is created in a shared space with a wardrobe.
This little space is shared; it’s part walk-in closet, part bedroom. So to make it comforting and private, it’s important to really maximize the sleeping function. And the most important element of any bedroom? A super comfortable bed, of course. For a tight space, choose one with a double function. This bed has spacious built-in drawers.
With a space this small, storage might seem out of the question. Not so. Make smart use of the wall and add different sorts of shelves and hooks to both display (show that personality of yours!) and store your stuff. You may not have a bedside table, but a square wall cabinet can work just as well. Labelled boxes and bins keep smaller items tidy, while those drawers under the bed are perfect for everything from bed linens to sports gear (especially when you add some interior organizers).
Shelving and hooks store artwork, books, boxes and more above a bed.
A small sleeping space gets extra privacy with curtains that work as a room divider.
It’s a shared space, sure. But you still need your privacy. Hang a blackout curtain to block light and create a cozy zone when you’re trying to sleep but your roommate is still up and about.
And what about your clothes? If your larger wardrobe is a shared unit (or if you just don’t have one at all), keep extra clothing items in the drawers under the bed. Interior organizers are extremely efficient and work wonders, maximizing every little bit of space. Add a narrow laundry bag that fits between the foot of the bed and the wall, and a mirror, as well. It’s great for getting dressed, of course, but it also helps to give your space more depth and an airier feeling.
An open wardrobe share a small space with a sleeping space.
A shot of a small sleeping space next to a staircase in our Ideas lab.
We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial warranties and your right to return the products will be lost.
Interior Designer: Rita Mestre
Photographer: Martin Cederblad & Andrea Papini
Writer: Vanessa Algotsson