Bedroom Furniture: An Introduction
by Max Bellamy
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When purchasing bedroom furniture, people look for comfort first rather than beauty. Most people spend an equal amount of money buying furniture for their bedrooms, as they do for their living rooms.
You should choose furniture for your bedroom that is functional and durable. Do not overcrowd the room, or it will have a claustrophobic feel. The basic furniture that a bedroom should contain is a bed, a pair of chairs, night stands and book shelves. A bed can be built with storage space or can be made to order with shelves. Some beds come with mirrored bed heads. A bed that uses space to a good purpose is a 4-poster bed. Brass beds are also available with brass bed heads.
If you add accessories like wicker tables and couches, you can break the monotony of the room. And, if you're watching your budget, you can use folding tray tables for bedside tables.
When buying for a child, think versatility and longevity. Buy a set that will grow with your child in a wood that is durable and attractive. Any fabrics should be stain resistant to withstand childish pranks. Vivid colors and robust style are best for a child's room.
An adolescent's bedroom normally contains a single bed or bunk bed, work table, book shelves, a study table and a chair. Bunk beds are ideal for children sharing a room. Bright colors on the bunk beds will enhance the room.
A welcome addition to any bedroom is the wardrobe closet. If they are built well, they do not appear bulky and are functional and durable serving as an additional closet in the room. Your bedroom should look comfortable and spacious with furniture that is functional and comfortable, because ultimately, what matters is how you feel in your personal space -- your bedroom.
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