Because we don’t usually have enough space to provide a separated room for each function in the house, we can simply save space by gathering two activities in one room. The bedroom can be a sleeping area with an office, bathroom, living room, dressing room or even kitchen. If you like this concept and need some inspiration, follow this post to see many practical ideas. To win an additional room and at the same time add more functionality to the bedroom, you can install a small bathroom; for this you will need a relatively large bedroom but not too much as walk-in showers don’t require but a small space. You can separate the bathroom from the sleeping area using curtains for example or a sliding door for more privacy. A nice comfy sofa is enough to turn the bedroom into a sleeping area plus a living room; separate them by a light curtain and hand an LCD in front of the sofa and it’s done! You’ve got a cozy living room inside your bedroom. The dressing area as well can’t be found easily in a separate room in small houses; so the next best place for it is the bedroom of course. It’s not difficult to set a min-dressing or a practical wardrobe in the bedroom to contain everything, but the more stylish and original is to install hangers and shelves surrounding the sleeping area where you present your clothes as part of the room decoration and keep on the practicality and easy usage. As it is rare that we have a separate room dedicated to the home office, it often finds its place in the bedroom. No problem, but keep it away from the bed as possible to properly delineate the spaces. Remember also to materialize the work area with a different color or a paravent for example. Finally, if you live in a studio, it is possible that your bedroom is also your kitchen, or rather that it has a mini-kitchen for preparing meals. In this case choose good ventilation and keep the cooking area away from your bed as possible. It is preferred to choose a mezzanine to save space and delineate the spaces.