How to position your bed. The bed is the most natural focal point of any bedroom. The traditional placement of a bed is positioned centrally against the opposite wall to the door. But this isn't always possible. If this bed placement just doesn't work for the shape and size of your bedroom, the second best choice is usually against the longest wall. But you should always use your better judgement. So long as you have enough space to get into bed. If you share the bed, then you will need space to climb into bed from either side. If you don't, then there is no reason why you can't have your bed pushed against a wall in the corner to save space. But what about irregular shaped bedrooms? Not everyone has a perfectly rectangular bedroom. But irregular shaped bedrooms present their own unique problems, and it can often feel a challenge to picture how the room should be laid out. Whether you have sharp angles, awkward alcoves or an L-shaped bedroom, there are tips and tricks to making the most of the unique shape of your bedroom.
A low chest of drawers can be an attractive option for older children and adults too. They don't take up much wall space so you can place shelves and shelving units above them. They will usually also be much wider than a regular chest, making them perfect for blankets and other larger or bulkier items. Some sit flat on the floor which maximises space and avoids a build-up of dust underneath.Before you buy your drawers, do measure the floor space available to you and make sure there's plenty of room to walk past them without bumping into the corners. Remember that you'll sometimes be walking around your room in the dark, so leave plenty of space. Some chests have extra features that can be really useful in a busy house. For example, rather than legs, they may feature castors which make it easier to move them around when cleaning or rearranging the room. Other chests have a glass top which is an excellent idea to keep them from getting scratched or stained. However, the glass top is rarely fixed so avoid these in a child's room as they could come loose. The glass is also sometimes placed on tiny pads to help keep it in position and these can present a choking hazard for a young child.
We have touched on the importance of light but there are other must-have accessories too. A comfortable, but stylish seating solution, either a chair or stool, is an essential contemporary furniture accessory. Choose an upholstered chair that complements the dressing table and sits within the bedroom's colour scheme too. Reclaimed wood shelving is also available to store any extras that don't fit on the table itself. And finally, choose a wall mirror that is ideal for your space. Add a hint of Art Deco, or stick with the minimalistic Scandinavian appeal or if you want warmth and rustic charm, a reclaimed wood mirror will work well. With a wealth of options on offer, there's really no reason why you can't find the perfect piece for your space, by keeping the above tips in mind. What will you choose.
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