By Frank Rochette. Bedding. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 23:53:33 PM.
Your bedroom should be your place to relax so you should try and keep it as clutter-free as possible and you can do this by using savvy storage methods. Make use of the storage space underneath your bed by purchasing boxes or containers to store things you don't use often under your bed. Fitted wardrobes are brilliant for smaller bedrooms as they are built into the wall and won't protrude into your bedroom space, also consider other types of multifunctional furniture to maximise space.
For a dramatic look consider a poster bedroom set or a canopy set. The four poster bed can be simple in design or ornately carved and grand. Or how about a canopy bedroom set that lends elegance to a room with a design inspired from the hamlets and villages of Europe?
When you decide on the furniture that best suits your theme, consider buying your furniture as a set rather than trying to find all the elements randomly. The benefit to buying a furniture set is, of course, that everything will match, but often you can also get a better deal than if you bought all the pieces separately.
A guest bedroom ideally should be both comfortable and welcoming. If there is space, include a roomy dressing table that can also serve as a desk; add a comfortable chair and provide good lighting.
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