Our Savannah reclaimed wood dressing table is the ideal solution. With one large desk drawer and four smaller drawers atop the dressing table, there is plenty of space to keeping things safe but accessible. Getting the right dressing table is as much about the right dimensions as it is style and features. Too big, and it will crowd the space you have but too small, and its addition in the bedroom will have no impact. The Dorset reclaimed wood dressing table is ideal for those seeking a rustic or farmhouse feel to their bedroom but also for fitting into limited space. With a slim line depth of 45cm, it has the perfect dimensions. You want your dressing table to offer everything you need and that includes being in a space that is accessible, as well as in natural light if possible. If you have a large reclaimed wood bed taking up most of your space, then your desk may need to be squeezed into a smaller space. When light is short, you need to add ambient lighting. As well as stylish lighting, we have a range of not-too-bright or overly-dramatic table lamps, ideal for adding luminescence when you need it most.
If you prefer the room to look clean and simple, then you can opt for a compact design which hides everything inside. Just figure out the right compartmentalization. You should include a large space for hangers, a few shelves for folded up clothes, drawers for small items and accessories and perhaps even a few secret compartments. All these compartments can remain hidden behind large sliding doors or panels. This way the design remains minimalist and you can use the opportunity to play with colors and shapes when decorating the rest of the room. To save space in the room, instead of dedicating an empty wall to your wardrobe, you can custom design the cabinetry around the windows. Take this opportunity to also include one or two cozy window nooks and reading corners.
The bed is the key piece of furniture in any bedroom, and it naturally becomes the focal point. Bedroom furniture is traditionally arranged according to a few general rules. For the most part based on common sense, here are some general guidelines for you to follow: Traditionally, folks tend to place a double, queen-sized, or king-sized bed against the center of the wall opposite the main door to the room. With this arrangement, the headboard is the center of attention as you enter the room. If the dimensions of your room prevent you from positioning your bed on the wall across from the door, other possible choices depend on which walls are long enough to accommodate the bed. Diagonal placement works well when you have the space.
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