Regardless of whether you're getting lounge chairs for bedroom, or small bedroom chairs, the space you have available must be considered first. Instead of buying something, only to figure out it is too big and overpowering, calculate first. You should have a balance between too small and too big, and still have enough space to move around your room. If you have a small room, get small bedroom chairs, something you can push in the corner. If you have a large bedroom, you can even go for a luxurious, large ottoman that has room for more than one person. Size and layout are also decisive here. A small bedroom is more suitable for a chair, whereas with a large one, you have more of a freedom as to what kind of piece you really like. If you're lucky and have a large bedroom, you have a lot of space to get creative with your sitting area. You can go for a private corner with a few chairs and a footstool, and maybe separate it even further with targeted lighting.
You might want to look around the room at your other furniture and try to match the drawers as closely as possible to what you already have. Alternatively, you might decide on a completely different style as something of a statement piece. Some styles work really well regardless of what other furniture you have – these are usually the plain, simple designs that are neither overly modern nor particularly traditional. A great example is the Stockholm in dark coffee – a chest of three well-proportioned drawers which would look good in either a traditional or contemporary room. There are plenty of different materials to choose from and a few considerations that go beyond personal taste. First, if you're looking for a wooden chest of drawers, you have the choice of laminate or solid wood. Solid wood tends to be a little pricier but will naturally last you far longer.
Arrange the Furniture You Have First. Another quick tip before you get started: Don't buy new furniture until you've arranged the pieces you already have. That way you'll know the exact furniture you need, along with the dimensions and style you're looking for. Draw it Out. It's a good idea to experiment with different arrangements on paper before you start pushing furniture around the room. That way you can eliminate some options that won't work without potentially scratching your floor or walls while moving your dresser for the zillionth time (believe me, it happens). Measure at least your biggest items (bed, dresser, shelves, etc.), as well as the dimensions of your room, then sketch out a couple of different options. If you're not much of an artist, check out an app that can do the job for you. Try Home Design 3D (iOS) or Floor Plan Creator (Android).
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