The above diagram is not intended to be a conclusive layout for irregular shaped bedrooms, but inspiration for how to use the space available to you. The furniture arrangements from the first diagram can be applied to odd shaped bedrooms, with the addition of a few tweaks to balance out the space. You can visually soften any sharp angled corners to appear less harsh with the help of something circular, spherical, or just something rounded. This could be in the form of a small, round lamp table in a reading nook, or a round-edged bedroom chair. If it's a tight corner, try to de-clutter the corner so that it's less heavy on the eyes, with the simple rounded focal point to soften.
Consider mirrored doors for your wardrobe if you want the room to look a little more spacious and open or if you simply want the surface to reflect the beautiful views outside. Here's a design with a symmetrical structure and a mirrored door at the center. All of the variations presented above are nice options for those of you who prefer the usual closet space in the bedroom. But there's also another possibility. Instead of hiding everything behind closed doors, you can opt for open storage. In this case, you'd be displaying all your clothes and accessories on hanging rods and shelves. You can, of course, mix and match designs and styles and also include a few drawers. This type of storage can be an interesting option for a casual bedroom or for a small room where a regular closet would occupy too much space.
Bedside tables are very useful pieces of bedroom furniture since they provide you with a space to place an alarm clock, lamp, glasses or just a place to store your books. So choosing the right bedside table for your bedroom among today's numerous designs can be a daunting task. Here is a simple guide for you to choose the right one in five steps: 1. Measure up! – Start by measuring your bed height. A common mistake to avoid is to pair up the bed with a bedside table that is either too high or too low. The top of the bedside table should be just about in line with your mattress, or a few inches taller. 2. Need a drawer? Decide how much you really need to keep at your bedside and choose either a one or two drawer otherwise use a bedside table with a shelf and most importantly keep it clutter free. 3. Shape – A bedside table doesn't have to be a square box! Why not use a pair of round bedside tables. 4. Matching tables? – Absolutely not...feel free to have one round and one rectangular bedside table. Although, if you choose 2 different pieces, match them in height; if you use the same table lamp on each of them, they will line up creating visual balance.5. Be adventurous! – If you find an end table, travel chest, tree stump, or want to mix 2 pieces of furniture, go ahead! One of my favourites is to use a stacked set of vintage suitcases! And don't be afraid to layer a bedside table, it will look great.
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