A bed is not all you need for a complete bedroom décor. The bedroom is arguably the best place in the entire home. We start and end our daily routine in the bedroom. When the sun lights up the morning sky, we rise out of bed refreshed and comfortable due to our bedroom. Towards the latter part of our day, the twilight looms over and shifts to dusk, we retreat to the tranquil of our bedroom. At times we never ever want to leave the bedroom, and for these reasons, the bedroom is my favorite place.
For obvious reasons, the amount of new bedroom furniture you can accommodate depends on the amount of overall space capacity within your bedroom itself. It is recommended to leave a reasonable amount of space to walk around in your bedroom. When buying bedroom furniture, the first thing to consider before style and color is the general layout. A major factor to consider is whether or not you have a closet because a wardrobe or armoire will be an essential first choice after the bed.
Most folks value a good night’s sleep. For that reason, a bedroom needs to be a comfortable environment. The bedroom is a sacred sanctuary entirely devoted to rest and relaxation. Most experts would recommend designing a bedroom as a place to relax devoid of distractions. If you can avoid it, try to not incorporate any furniture or appliances that stimulate the mind. (work desks and televisions.) In the same regard, bedroom furniture generally will be designed in color palettes that aren’t too stimulating as to promote a relaxing ambience.
Most manufacturers make designing your new bedroom easy by creating complete bedroom sets. Although this makes the process much simpler, it leaves little to no room to add your own personal flair. For some a bed would suffice as the extent and entirety of the bedroom décor. However, most would agree, the bedroom deserves a little more warmth in appearance. Besides the obvious bed, a bedroom also needs to contain furniture that serves a purpose. Aside from containing and protecting your wardrobe, bedroom furniture needs to be visually appealing. The following are some of the more popular choices in new bedroom furniture.
|Bed Frames: You spent time and consideration in ultimately deciding which mattress suits your comfort level, now you need to decide the right bed frame to hold your mattress. An important aspect to consider when buying a new bed frame is whether or not you require extra storage space as some bed frames have drawers built into the base. Also, some bed frames are elevated off the ground while some are not. From a practical standpoint, you should consider if you are diligent in cleaning out the dust bunnies under the bed, plus an elevated bed frame provides an added area for shoe box storage.|
|Mattresses: The central focus for a bedroom is, well, the bed. Choosing the right mattress is a very important aspect to your overall well-being. Click here to view a comprehensive guide on mattresses for your consideration.|
|Dressers: The alternative to dressers is having your clothes strewn about and even worse living out of a laundry bag of fresh laundered clothes, which I’m guilty of from time to time. The main characteristic of a dresser is that it will contain drawers and the dresser itself will reach about waist length. An additional bonus, colognes and perfumes can be placed on top of a dresser for easy access.|
|Wardrobes: A large piece of furniture used to hold your wardrobe when there is no closet or you require more closet space. Similar to a traditional armoire, a wardrobe is a contemporary take on a practical piece of bedroom furniture. Nowadays, some large wardrobe cabinets come with innovative new features that take care of all your fashion needs with pull out valets, built-in mirrors, and pull out shelves.|
|Night Stands: Night stands typically will reach bed height and are a convenient place to keep a lamp, books, earplugs, candles, drinking glasses, reading glasses, and other various knick-knacks.|
|Vanities: This piece of furniture usually looks like a desk with drawers and a mirror in the center. A great place to store personal effects, jewelry, makeup, as well as, correspondence. Vanities provide a dedicated area for grooming and primping.|
|Mirror: : Believe it or not, there are some folks who intentionally avoid looking at their own reflections. However, for the rest of us, we rely on a mirror on a daily basis. A mirror in the bedroom helps us look presentable and decide on what to wear for the day.|
|Trunks: A trunk provides storage for bedding with blankets and covers, as well as, extra pillows. A very versatile storage option for the bedroom, a trunk is usually found at the foot of the bed and can double as a seating area when you’re putting on socks in the morning..|
|Armoires: Great for rooms that provide no closets. An armoire looks traditional in design. They are typically large in size reaching close to regular ceiling height. They have a cavity for hanging clothes, as well as, drawers for folded clothing.|