Have you ever been in a room that just feels right? For the most time, it’s because it has a simple yet comfortable design that functions well. While creating a simple design is much, much harder than it looks.
Why does this type of situation occurs? Because every bedroom undoubtedly has to have a bed. However, beds are typically big and bulky, and dictates the placement of every other piece of furniture. You can control the other elements and create a space that’s both practical and pretty if you’re lucky enough to be planning a bedroom from scratch or remodeling an existing bedroom.
Photo from The Brick
often overlooked by a majority of people because it is one of the simplest
rooms in the house. One of the first step to a fantastic bedroom design is
having an efficient and well-designed plan.
Here are 4 tips to help you get the most out of your bedroom!
Photo from Steinhafels
1. Focus on the View
It can be a pleasing to the eye when the view out the window is radiant with sunshine — as opposed to a view looking straight at the bed. When you’re designing a new bedroom or remodeling an old one, try to think about a layout that focuses on the vista — whether it’s something as stunning as a sea or as simple as your backyard.
Photo from Quest Apartment Hotels
Never forsaking all of your privacy whenever you leave the bedroom door open. The small foyer in this drawing provides separation from the family room. You should try to avoid designing a layout in which you can look directly into the bedroom from a more public space, like kitchen or living room.
Photo from Dylan Chappell Architects
Your bedroom’s architecture should never forget to take the furniture into account. Bedroom usually has a bed wall — but what about chairs and a desk, dressers, nightstands and TVs? Work and communicate with your architect or designer to make sure whether there is enough space beside the bed for nightstands or other objects.