Organization of space

20 non-standard solutions for bedrooms


You probably already have a lot of ideas about how you canDecorate a new bedroom, but we still ask you to think a little more. The fact is that the bedroom can become something more than just a room for sleeping. The bedroom is an intimate space, closed from the looks of outsiders, and therefore it can be decorated in the most unusual way. So, all ideas, for whatever reasons, which seemed to you risky for use in the living room or in the kitchen, can be fully realized here.

1. Where to put the bed?

This is a really important question, because afterAfter the completion of the repair, it will most likely be very difficult for you to make a serious rearrangement. The most comfortable location of the bed is opposite the door, that is, the headboard should rest against the wall opposite to the entrance to the room. It is worth putting the bed diagonally only in case of urgent need: such games with geometry never benefit the space. But when decorating the headboard, you can take liberties. For example, to enlarge it to the size of the wall or, conversely, to turn the wall at the head of the bed into the main accent of the room, painting it in a contrasting color, pasting wallpaper or finishing it with a chalk surface. The latter option will give you the opportunity to draw yourself a new headboard every day.

2. Do I need night tables?

We decided on the bed.Now you need to figure out where the lamps, alarm clock and stack of favorite books will be located. Functionally, the bedside tables can be replaced with pull-out tables or even a niche at the head of the bed, but we recommend that you think carefully before discarding such a bright interior detail. Indeed, with its help, you can add a new shade, texture, and also emphasize the geometry of the interior to the furnishings. If the bedside tables are not needed or there is simply no place for them, organize a niche or shelf at the head of the bed. If you wish, you can turn the entire wall into a rack and even push it forward, creating a half-open space behind the bed for a dressing room.

3. What to do with the ceiling?

The most logical answer may be the mostwrong. In the bedroom, we are most often in a horizontal position, which means that we have to look up from day to day for many years. Does whitewashing still seem like the perfect solution to you? No? Then think about which decor will best match your interior: beams, intricate terrain, bare concrete or intricate lighting? Or maybe it is worth turning the ceiling into the main color accent of the room and painting it in the now fashionable shade of turquoise or hanging a swing?

4. How many light sources should there be?

If you do not plan to arrange in the bedroomCabinet, it will be enough to have one common ceiling lamp and a pair of local sconces or floor lamps. As a reading lamp, we recommend choosing a model with adjustable light intensity. Having included such a lamp in the middle of the night, you will be pleasantly surprised, because you do not need to squint anymore.

5. Do you need chairs in the bedroom?

The answer to this question cannot be unambiguous.If you are going to arrange a dressing table here, then, of course, you will need a chair or a small armchair. If there is practically no free space for them or any additional piece of furniture seems to be superfluous, pick up a transparent plastic model, for example, the “invisible chair” Ghost Chair by Philippe Starck. If there is free space, as well as a huge window with a decent view from it, the chair (together with a small table) can be safely installed opposite. Arranging a sofa area in a large bedroom is also a good solution, especially if the area allows you to do this and if there is a desire to retire with loved ones in the bedroom.,, hiconsumption.Com,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,