See how other people have dealt with the tiny room problem.
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Instead of a bedside table, opt for ladder-like shelving.
Again with the storage! But if you have lots of books or treasures, this is a wonderful way to display slash store them. See more of this small New York home here.
Find a similar shelf for $74.99 here.
Hang wall sconces above your bed when you have no space for a lamp on your beside table.
And, if two sconces seem like too much in your tiny bedroom, opt for just one, like in this Manhattan maximalist home from Lonny.
Co-opt your couch as a footboard for your bed and divider between your sleeping and living areas.
In this Washington, D.C. studio, both the rug and the couch serve as visual indicators of where one living space begins and the other ends.