If our room isn't large in size, it is likely that an unplanned or disorderly layout will make you suffer from lack of space. When there is no possibility for physical expansion, the only option we have is to re-organise the room in such a way that a new order allows you to make better use of the space you already have, while at the same time achieving a greater visual perception of size.
Allowing the outside light to enter the room, without placing obstacles in front of the window, is vital to get a good distribution. If we place the bed in such a way that its head is supported on a wall opposite the window, we will have a comfortable position. This will also avoid glare and other kinds of discomfort.
In the distribution of the spaces it is very important to ensure that the lower area of the room and above it remain as clear as possible. This means everything has its place and does not remain in any corner of the room. For this purpose, the walls and ceiling are great allies. Hanging shelves and floating shelves help a lot to distribute the space better and make it easier to move around the room. Avoid overloading walls with oversized cabinets or similar items, especially if your room is small.