Bedroom Published by Mie C Lassen, Friday, January 05th 2018, 14:11:33 PM.
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.
Choose the Décor If it is important for your bedroom furniture to suit the décor, then choose the bed first and then the decor! Believe me, it is far easier that way. You do not have to match the bed to the rest of the furniture, though if you like the design of your bed you will likely also like the furniture in the same collection.
Bed The bed is the focal point of bedroom décor. Oak beds of various sizes are available in an oak furniture store. Select a bed according to the size of your bedroom. From the ornate classic beds to the sleek contemporary beds with minimalist design, a large selection of beds is available in an oak furniture store. To enhance the appearance of your oak bed, consider attaching a stylish headboard to the head of the bed.
Many are unaware that since most furniture are made from synthetic materials, they have the greatest potential to actually harm both the body and the environment. Plastics, metals and some hardwood pieces often contain chemicals that help preserve and keep the integrity of the furniture. Not doing this would jeopardize the business, and so furniture manufacturers incorporate preservative materials to their products to increase their longevity in warehouses and stores. For example, some solid wood furniture is imbibed with pesticide and/or fungicides that kill insects or molds that may invade and destroy the furniture. Some have preservatives like Formaldehyde as for plastic or steel fixtures, especially those with color, their paints may contain lead. All these pose a significant health risk to the users. Some disintegrate and turn into vapour, but this ultimately causes harm too. Inhaling the fumes from chemicals in the furniture will cause disorders and disease. What’s more is that these chemicals do not break down easily. They stay with your solid wood furniture until the day you dispose of them. When you dispose of them, the environment then takes the damages. The chemicals harm and pollute the environment
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