Everyone can design their own perfect space with just a little bit of thought and a lot of experimentation. In fact, figuring out how to set up your new place is a really fun part of moving into an apartment. When it comes to arranging furniture in your apartment,it's sometimes necessary to get a little creative (and even to just throw the rule book out of the window every now and then). One of the most difficult rooms to design tends to be the bedroom, especially if it's small. If you have a small bedroom, you'll know just how much of a nightmare arranging bedroom furniture can be. Whether you have a single bed or a double bed, there are ways you can make the most of the space available to you. First you'll need to take a look at the space and figure out the best way to layout the room in terms of window locations and where the door is in the room.
What Do You Need? You might be replacing all of your old bedroom furniture, starting from scratch in your first apartment, or just buying a few new pieces, but you should know from the start what you actually need. If you only put on makeup in the bathroom, it doesn't make sense to buy a vanity. If you share your bed with a partner, you'll both want a nightstand. If you or your partner is exceptionally tall, then choose a bed without a footboard so toes aren't cramped during the night. If a dresser is cute, but doesn't have enough drawer space to hold your clothes, it's not the right one for you. And take your lifestyle into account, as well. Is your idea of the perfect Sunday morning breakfast with the whole family piled into your bed? Or maybe you have kids in your bed every night. Does Fido or Mittens share your room? If any of those sound like you, then you need a large bed that's roomy enough for everyone.
Consider scale and proportion, the visual appeal of your bedroom furniture is important, so pay attention to the size of the bedsides that you choose. A simple rule of thumb is that the bedside height should be roughly the height of your mattress (give or take). Lighting is possibly the most important thing you'll place on your bedside table, so consider also the scale and proportion of your bedside lamps. A tiny little lamp will look out of proportion next to a tall bedhead, and vice versa with a huge lamp and a low profile bed. If you love to sit up and read in bed, the lampshade of your lamp should be at chin height so it creates a comfortable ambience for reading while eliminating glare.
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