Published at Saturday, June 13th 2020. by Musette Vannier in BED ROOM.
A typical house contains a master bedroom, a guest bedroom, a child's bedroom and probably a nursery. Usually the master bedroom is dedicated to the husband and wife. The master bedroom usually has an attached bathroom.
Getting it all into the bedroom. For many this isn't an issue, but for some it is. If your bedroom is up the stairs, around the corner and through a narrow door then you have to consider how you are going to get all that bedroom furniture in. For most pieces of furniture such as dressers and tables, it's usually possible, but it's also possible to buy large items, like that wonderful four poster bed, and finding that you just can't get it through the door. Before you buy the four poster bed make sure you take your measurements of things like widths of your bedroom doors and any other squeeze points that will need to be negotiated to get the bed in.
How much is your budget, and how far are you willing to stretch it? Once you are clear on which types of furniture you would like to look into, give yourself a budget and give it a ceiling allowance – meaning, how much higher you are willing to pay if you decided to go premium and pay for value. There is nothing wrong with being flexible with your budget; in fact, this is a good thing as you may find something on the market that is just slightly over-budget and yet seems to be worth the price and investment. As much as possible, stick to your budget though, and only consider stretching it when you are completely convinced that the furniture is a really, really good buy.
Choosing between curtains and shutters depend largely on the warmth of the room as well as the major difference they will create in the look. If your bedroom is in a cool place, curtains may be best to keep the room warm and quiet. Curtains are also more decorative. However, curtains can accumulate dust and requires regular dry cleaning. Shutters, on the other hand, are easer to clean and more practical but they don't have the same 'look’. The type of window dressing you select will most likely be dictated by whether your room is traditional or contemporary but it is wise to keep in mind the other features that each type offers.
Are you the sort who sees your bedroom as nothing more than a place where you put your bed and sleep, or do you see your bedroom as your own special space? For many a bedroom is a place that is theirs alone and has to reflect their sense of who they are. They take great delight in their bedroom decor and selection of bedroom furniture and in particular the bed they choose to sleep in, and great delight in the overall feel of their bedroom as an intimate place.
The final benefit to a fitted bedroom is the versatility that they provide. When you are completely stuck on what to do in the bedroom and you're struggling to find furniture that will work together, this option may not only save you money, but can leave you with a bedroom space that you can be proud of. A fitted bedroom can also increase the value of the home and make it easier for new owners to design their own bedroom space moving forward.
The most common master bedroom furniture includes a bed of a specific size, dressers, chests, nightstands, and mirrors. Master bedroom furniture comes in an array of styles, ranging from the traditional to the contemporary. Master bedroom furniture differs from other bedroom furniture in scale and design. Most master bedroom furniture is made of solid wood and metals.
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