Monday, 10 December 2007



Regardless of size, a bedroom should be the room in which you feel most at home. It is your personal haven and a place where you can relax and dream away. In this modern living, bedrooms have been frequently used for dual purpose, either being combined with as a work station or a living area. It has become a real challenge to the designer to come out with the most effective bedroom, by playing with different display of furniture, style or choice of colors.

How do you plan to have an effective planning for your bedroom? To get the most out of it, you have to establish what your needs are and also to incorporate a bit of luxury in it. Make out a list of what you require. Some examples are the sleeping space, clothes storage space, dressing space, dressing table space, an entertainment space for your computers or TV and seating space ranging from a simple chair to a sofa.

Once you have decided on your personal preferences, you can start planning and incorporate what your needs are in the available bedroom space. Be imaginative and practical in your planning as realistically some bedrooms do not offer much flexibility for too many bedroom furniture. Try juggling with a draw out plan of the bedroom with a few smaller pieces of bed, wardrobe, table and so on. If you are facing this problem, try selecting furniture and fittings that are less bulky.

At times, due to the interior lightings or dark colored walls, some bedrooms look rather gloomy and dark. Try to brighten it up by getting some white bedroom furniture. White is believed to represent purity and cleanliness. It also cools off the mind after a tired day of work.

No matter what your plans are, avoid having everything so tight until getting up from a place is like going through an obstacle course. Bedroom is a place for relaxation and not a place you are trying to get away from. Plan carefully before you purchase and do try to get the consultation from the experts if you have problems dealing with limited spaces.

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