Today, the bedroom was become a center for quiet relaxation; sleeping meditating, writing letters, exercise, watching television and generally getting away from the world. Start by thinking about how much time you spend there and what you do in the bedrom. Then, design the room to provide this versatility. A crowded room looks untidy and is difficult to relax in. Careful selection of furniture and decoration can give us a room that is open and airy, yet provides all the amenities and storage we need.
The main bedroom in the house usually requires a bed, nightstands, a chest of drawers, a dressing table, a chair a stand for the television and, possibly, an armoire for clothing storage. All those pieces should be chosen with care, as they will be with you for many years. Select good quality and a style you know you will love day after day
The bed is the most essential piece of furniture in the room and it is an opportunity for personal expression as well as comfort. Is there a four-poster bed in your dreams? Placing the bed is the main problem when planning the layout for a bedroom. A double bed requires access for two people. Bunk beds need clearance space for safety and access to the upper bunk. Beds in corners create difficulties.
What style of bed fits your requirements? A platform? A headboard with or without upholstery? A four poster (low or high)? What size? Full? Double? Queen? King? How high off the floor? Do you need drawers underneath? How about a bench at the foot of the bed for convenience in undressing?
Bedrooms offer an opportunity for highly personalized furniture. You use it every day and can customize it in terms of the number and size of drawers, what goes in them and so on. Do you need mirrors, jewelry storage, a place for purse and pocket contents?