The ideal scenario is to create a clutter-free and relaxing space for you to use daily.
This may seem quite the task, so hopefully, these tips will help you along the way.
The best place to start is to figure out what you want from your new bedroom design.
Do you watch TV in bed? Do you get ready for work in the bedroom?
Whatever it is, prioritise what function the bedroom has for you before choosing to redesign your furniture.
Discard unused furniture.
We've all had that chair that's never been sat on, which held clothes for weeks on end. If it has no function, get rid. The more space, the better.
Draw it out.
Crazy as it sounds, take a piece of paper and a pencil and have at it. it doesn't have to be pretty, but it is relatively important to make sure the ratios are correct. For example, you could measure your room and furniture in inches and convert every 10 inches into 1 centimetre, giving you a rough guide on size.
You may do this 1000 times, but you will start to see progress without manually carrying your furniture around the room.
A bed is naturally a feature of every bedroom. It takes up the most space and is possibly the house's most important piece of furniture.
Beds are traditionally placed against the opposite wall to the door, but this won't be possible in some homes.
Our advice is simple.
Put the bed on a wall in the room where you can enter it from both sides.
The space on both sides doesn't have to be equal, but as the bedroom's feature, you will want this to be as central as possible.
To be honest, we could have written another 70 tips, but we hope these core fundamentals will at least help you on your design journey.
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