Arrange your bedroom to provide organized storage space for bed linens, clothing articles and desk-related items. Make optimal use of the vertical space in a small bedroom by furnishing it with a floor-to-ceiling open shelving unit to store electronic items and books. Slide decorative boxes onto the shelves filled with photographs, small desk-related items, CDs and DVDs. Store seasonal clothing and bed linens in large plastic bins, and tuck them underneath your bed. Attach a small rack with hooks onto the back of your bedroom door to hang jackets, sweaters or coats. Slide a locking file cabinet underneath your desktop to keep important documents safely organized. Shove a chest of drawers into a recessed wall area to make good use of an awkward area.
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).
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.
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