By Elizabeth Ranea. Bedroom Furniture. Published at Monday, January 29th, 2018 - 06:43:24 AM.
You can never have too much storage in the bedroom space with your clothing, shoes and accessories. Choose a dresser that is going to blend in with your bed frame and theme of the room, ensuring the items all complement each other to enhance the space and give you your own sanctuary, a place where you want to relax and enjoy. Ensure you have a minimum of one nightstand next to the bed, though if you have the space, choose two matching ones. When it comes to bedroom furniture, your night stands are going to give you a host of advantages. Some offer extra storage which you can keep close to you as you sleep.
Look for pieces with character. This will really help your furniture stand out. It is a way to decorate with neutral colors but your pieces will still get noticed. For instance, if you are going with a country look then you can find pieces with beadboard accents. Your furniture should bring in the overall theme because most bedrooms are just a plain box. This is a way to add different textures and ideas into your space without doing a lot of work.
The first thing you should do is to decide on a style or a general theme. This is basically the main concern and you should thread carefully. Depending on your personal preferences, you can opt for all sorts of furniture styles, from Victorian, Spanish Colonial, Mid-century, Vintage or even modern high-tech furniture. Old fashioned persons of fine tastes prefer the old Victorian furniture or imitations, with very delicate curves, gilded with sumptuous decorations and of made of the most expensive wood. Those seeking minimal ornamentation and high degree of functionality prefer the Bauhaus-Echler mid-century styles.
For bedroom furniture you only have to think about three activities i.e. sleeping, sitting and storage. These are the three activities that inform the purchases we should make. The purchases should then be informed by our tastes. You may choose from diverse styles including classical, retro, orthodox and contemporary.
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