It isn’t breaking news that San Francisco apartments are small. If you live there, you’re well aware, and that lack of space requires creative solutions. If your bedroom is only 120 square feet, you can’t fit a California king, unless you want it to be the only thing in your bedroom. When it comes to tiny bedrooms, you have to think about maximizing your space without feeling crammed. What bed can you fit in a small bedroom? Can you fit a dresser? A nightstand? Are you able to squeeze a corner shelf into that space? We’ve got suggestions for all those questions—plus storage options—for your small bedroom. Now, obviously, the most space-saving option is to buy a twin bed for your room. But we won’t suggest any adult actually buy and sleep on a twin bed. Instead, you can get this full/double MALM storage bed from IKEA that lifts up and lets you store blankets, clothes, toys, or whatever the hell you want under the mattress. Boswell Upholstered Platform Bed, Available in seven colors and three sizes, starting at $265.33 for a full If you’re not a huge fan of storage beds, you have other options. Looking for something fancy that fits your budget? This upholstered platform bed ...