Bedroom Published by Mie C Lassen, Thursday, June 01st 2017, 10:09:53 AM.
Choosing the bed The bed is essentially the centerpiece of a bedroom and inarguably the most important furniture in the room. While it may be tempting to get a huge king-size bed for your bedroom, it will take away from the aesthetics of the room, as a single piece of furniture will consume most of the space available. Instead, you can get a comfortable queen-size bed and place it against the wall, so that the space in the middle of the room is not broken.
Another note to make when shopping for a bedroom suite is the scale of furniture you need. Make sure you write down the measurements of the pieces you need to fill your bedroom. A great bedroom suite can potentially look horrible in a space that is either too small or too large in comparison. Keep in mind the scale of the furniture you need and make a purchase based on that.
Your bedroom is not a living room or dining room where you feel you have to impress visitors - it is a place for you, and you have no need to impress yourself so make it for you and nobody else - except your partner of course! Here are a few tips you help you: Choose a Focal Point - The Bed! Just like a well-planned living room, your bedroom works best with a focal point. That takes very little thought - it is the bed! You will spend almost 1/3 of your life in your bed, so take your time in choosing it. Your bed should be big enough for you and your partner, if you have one, without being so big that it totally dominates the room and makes it look small.
The key to creating your bedroom suite with little to no stress is to purchase all the bedroom set pieces at once, from a matching set. Many companies will have a large line of items that match which you can pick and choose from to create your own personal matching bedroom suite. If you don’t purchase all the items together, from the same company, you may later find yourself looking to find a missing piece or two and having a tough time getting one that properly matches.
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