Jeffry Deeds, December 15th , 2017.
It's always worth splurging (within your means) for a good-quality mattress, but not always worth it for a nightstand, headboard or bench for the foot of the bed.How Big is the Room? If you're decorating a tiny bedroom, it doesn't make sense to buy a massive four-poster bed or mammoth dresser. Likewise, if you are lucky enough to have a sizable room, don't choose undersize (or too few) pieces of furniture. Scale is crucial for a well-decorated room; that means that the size of the furniture needs to be in balance with the size of the space. And whenever you buy new furniture for any room, be sure it can make it to its destination before signing the purchase order. You don't want to discover that the new dresser won't make it around the hallway corner or through the bedroom doorway the hard way.
You could even go for rugs and freestanding screens to further divide the space visually. Consider what you'll use the space for. Are you alone and want to watch movies, or do you want to make it into a romantic couples' place? This is the most decisive question and will play a big role in the specific type of seating you opt for. Storage may not be a high priority if you have extra room anyways, but if you don't, it is pretty important. Getting creative with storage isn't an easy ordeal, and a good idea would be to take a look at catalogues and magazines that may give you tips for concealed storage options. Some of the most popular solutions include sofas with drawers, or tables with an opening flip top. These solutions can be placed within arm's reach, so you can take whatever you need from them while you're resting. A comfortable armchair with a drawer inside it is amazing, for example. You're relaxing, and all you need to do to get your favorite book is to reach for the drawer. Ideal, isn't it? Another popular option is an ottoman, because you can use it for a footrest, coffee table, or, of course, a seating piece. If you can afford the space, get the largest rectangular one you can get, or two smaller ones.
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