Bedroom Furniture typically includes a bed, tables or nightstands, and various vanities or dressers for sleeping and dressing. Bedroom furniture is designed primarily for sleeping, dressing, and storage of private belongings in a home. Most bedrooms include a bed, a nightstand or bedside table, a dresser or vanity, and occasional accent chairs and benches. Depending on the occupants, most bedroom furniture ranges in size and is arranged into bedroom layouts such as twin bedrooms, or individual bedroom layouts.
Arrange bedroom furniture by starting with the largest piece of furniture, typically the bed. Choose where the bed will be placed and make sure that you can easily walk around it. Then place the other pieces of furniture like a dresser or vanity to balance the bedroom. Make sure to arrange the furniture in a functional way that provides comfort as well.
When mixing and matching bedroom furniture consider layering textures, color, and different styles. Mix different material textures such as wood, mirror, metal, or stone. Create an overall color palette to produce a cohesive look. Combine the styles of furniture like a rustic nightstand with a modern bed, or traditional dresser.
The best colors for a bedroom to create an ambience that reduces stress and makes the space look bigger are lavender, soft green, pale blue, soft grey, and deep blue. Lavender is stress-reducing, pale blue creates soothing feelings, and soft green is a reminder of nature. Soft grey is a neutral calming shade, and deep blue provokes healing feelings.