When faced with an awkward floor plan, like the angled corner of this small bedroom seen above, it’s best not to place too much attention on the flawed floor plan. Rather than trying to find the perfect furniture piece that will fit in the angled corner or the least obtrusive gallery wall setup, focus your attention on the bed and other areas in the room that are organized and straight lined for a balancing effect.
Adding white gallery-inspired frames above the headboard gives the room straight lines that overshadow the awkward corner. In a small bedroom, it’s not too much to add a beautiful headboard and then add art above it. This gives more drama behind the main attraction, the bed! If you don’t have space for a tall dresser, find a shorter one that sits comfortably under a window, like this one. It’s OK to place accent items on top of it, as long as the dresser sits under the window sill and not up against it.