Andrew Diesel. Design. October 11th , 2017.
Once again, you have to think in the functional way: bedroom accessories need to be bedroom appropriate, which means no exaggerating, and no extensive vibrancy. In the case of seating, the best choices you can make are colorful blankets and soft cushions. Obviously, your chairs will look amazing if you position them opposite each other, but functionality should not be sacrificed. If you really need a spacious sitting area to accommodate guests appropriately, putting it in a corner closer to the door (or around the fireplace, if you have one) is a much better idea.
Assuming you have enough space in your closet room; you could benefit from a removable dressing item in the middle. The item can play the role of a dressing island, where you pile different items before making the ‘life-time decision’ of what to wear. Few trays, additional shelves, or boxes can store your shoes and your accessories; and could be decorated in the same manner as the ‘island’ is.
To start with, teenagers are not sure how they want their personality to be, so we just can’t expect them to know the same for their rooms. Trying to impose an interior solution often results in hater-like behavior, and as a parent, the last thing you want is to wake up the beast inside them.
Master bedrooms should be both beautiful and functional. Before you decide whatever, you should consider the space you have at disposal, your needs and preferences, and choose something that suits your taste. If you’re into ottomans, choose a beautiful one that saves space with extra storage for magazines and books. Ideally, choose seating that is movable (maybe even rolled under the bed when you don’t need it).
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