Bedroom Layouts

Bedroom Layouts

Description
Description

Bedrooms, composed of essential furniture like beds, nightstands, wardrobes, and often dressers or seating options, serve as intimate spaces for rest and relaxation. Bedroom layouts focus on maximizing the utility and aesthetic appeal of these components. The bed typically acts as the focal point, with other furniture pieces strategically placed for convenience and style.

Depending on space, additional elements like desks or seating areas might be included. Children's bedrooms often integrate play or study areas. Cultural influences shape these layouts—minimalism might be favored in Western settings, while Eastern designs could showcase multipurpose utility. Each layout reflects a unique personal expression.

History
History

Bedroom layouts have evolved over centuries, mirroring societal changes and advancements. Ancient civilizations like Egypt and Rome used bedrooms mainly for sleep and intimacy, with simple furnishings. During the Middle Ages, bedrooms became multi-purpose living spaces. The Victorian era introduced separate bedrooms, elaborately decorated. The 20th century saw a shift towards minimalism and functionality.

Future
Future

Bedrooms are evolving into serene retreats, emphasizing comfort and personal expression. Minimalism and multifunctional furniture are popular, optimizing space in smaller homes. Smart tech, like mood lighting and temperature control, is enhancing relaxation. As work-from-home grows, integrating discrete workspaces within bedrooms is a challenge. Sustainable materials are in demand, catering to eco-conscious individuals. The boundary between indoor and outdoor blurs, with nature-inspired elements and designs promoting mental well-being.

Common Questions
Common Questions
What are the factors to consider when planning a bedroom layout?

Ease of circulation is a factor to consider when planning a bedroom layout. It should be easy to move throughout the room, getting to the door or the closet from the bed for example. Focusing on furniture configuration as well as the scale and function of these pieces is a way to achieve the best flow. View is another factor to consider, especially upon entrance into a bedroom. The sight upon walking in should feel open and possibly lead to a scenic window. Privacy should also be of main concern. It is recommended to design a bedroom layout in which one is unable to look directly into the bedroom from a public space in a home.

How do you design a small bedroom?

A common design idea when working with a small bedroom is to use color, lighting, and furniture pieces to give the illusion that the space is bigger than it actually is. Positioning mirrors will reflect natural light into the space while painting the room white will brighten it up. Pushing the bed up into a corner and mounting both shelves and lights will increase the floor space. These floating shelves can also act as night stands, entry tables, bookcases, etc.

What is a split bedroom floor plan?

A split bedroom floor plan typically separates a home into three areas: a great room or main floor, a master bedroom, and a quarter for the other bedrooms. This layout is intended to give more privacy between bedrooms (specifically for the master) separated on either end of the house with a main living area in between or on entirely different levels.

Layouts

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11’-12’ | 3.35-3.66 m
9’6”-10’ | 2.9-3.05 m
120 ft2 | 11.1 m2
California King Bedrooms
366.000
305.000
11.10
165
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California King Bedrooms
11’10” | 3.6 m
11’10” | 3.6 m
140 ft2 | 13 m2
Flexible Individual Bedrooms
360.000
360.000
13.00
0
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Flexible Individual Bedrooms
9’6”-10’6” | 2.9-3.2 m
8’9”-9’3” | 2.67-2.82 m
97 ft2 | 9 m2
Full (Double) Bedrooms
320.000
282.000
9.00
5435
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Full (Double) Bedrooms
11’4”-12’4” | 3.45-3.76 m
9’2”-9’8” | 2.79-2.95 m
119 ft2 | 11 m2
King Bedrooms
376.000
295.000
11.00
2630
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King Bedrooms
10’-11’ | 3.05-3.35 m
9’2”-9’8” | 2.79-2.95 m
106 ft2 | 9.8 m2
Queen Bedrooms
335.000
295.000
9.80
4260
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Queen Bedrooms
8’6” | 2.6 m
10’2” | 3.1 m
86 ft2 | 8 m2
Small Single Bedrooms
260.000
310.000
8.00
450
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Small Single Bedrooms
11’6” | 3.5 m
10’2” | 3.1 m
117 ft2 | 10.9 m2
Small Twin Bedrooms
350.000
310.000
10.90
160
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Small Twin Bedrooms
16’6” | 5 m
10’2” | 3.1 m
168 ft2 | 15.6 m2
Twin Bedrooms
500.000
310.000
15.60
3600
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Twin Bedrooms
Small Single Bedroom Layouts
Plan layout with dimensions of a Small Single Bedroom showing a young child on a Twin XL Bed

Small Single Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plan strategies for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Small Single Bed.

Typically used for space efficient minimal individual or shared bedrooms, and especially kids rooms, Small Single beds are 75” (191 cm) long and 30” (76.2 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around any open edges of a Small Single bed, though it is common that multiple sides of a Small Single bed may not be accessible. Bedrooms with Small Single beds should have minimum floor plan areas of around 86 ft2 (8 m2).

Small Single Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plan strategies for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Small Single Bed.

Typically used for space efficient minimal individual or shared bedrooms, and especially kids rooms, Small Single beds are 75” (191 cm) long and 30” (76.2 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around any open edges of a Small Single bed, though it is common that multiple sides of a Small Single bed may not be accessible. Bedrooms with Small Single beds should have minimum floor plan areas of around 86 ft2 (8 m2).

Small Single Bedroom Layouts
Height:
Width:
8’6” | 2.6 m
Length:
Depth:
10’2” | 3.1 m
Weight:
Area:
86 ft2 | 8 m2

Bed Sizes: Single, Twin, Twin XL

Drawings include:
Small Single Bedroom plan layout, plan (person)

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Twin Bedroom Layouts

Twin (Single) Bedroom layouts are recommended planning guidelines for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Twin (Single) Bed. As Twin (Single) beds are often used in shared kids rooms and minimal floor plans, multiple sides of the bed may not be accessible.

Commonly used for space efficient minimal individual or shared bedrooms, Twin (Single) beds are 75” (191 cm) long and 38” (97 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around any open edges of a Twin (Single) bed. Single bedrooms with Twin (Single) beds should have minimum floor plan areas of around 81 ft2 (7.75 m2) with shared Twin (Single) bedrooms at around 168 ft2 (15.6 m2).

Pair of bedroom layouts drawn to illustrate room planning for twin beds sharing a room or being split into two rooms
Twin (Single) Bedroom layouts are recommended planning guidelines for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Twin (Single) Bed. As Twin (Single) beds are often used in shared kids rooms and minimal floor plans, multiple sides of the bed may not be accessible.

Commonly used for space efficient minimal individual or shared bedrooms, Twin (Single) beds are 75” (191 cm) long and 38” (97 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around any open edges of a Twin (Single) bed. Single bedrooms with Twin (Single) beds should have minimum floor plan areas of around 81 ft2 (7.75 m2) with shared Twin (Single) bedrooms at around 168 ft2 (15.6 m2).

Pair of bedroom layouts drawn to illustrate room planning for twin beds sharing a room or being split into two rooms
Twin Bedroom Layouts
Height:
Width:
16’6” | 5 m
Length:
Depth:
10’2” | 3.1 m
Weight:
Area:
168 ft2 | 15.6 m2

Bed Sizes: Single, Twin, Twin XL
Variations: Can split into two rooms

Drawings include:
Twin Bedroom plan layout (shared), plan (split)

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Full (Double) Bedroom Layouts
Diagram of Full | Double Bedrooms with dimensions for bedside clearances

Full Size (Double) Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plan strategies for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Full Size (Double) Bed. When planning bedrooms, it is recommended that clearances be provided around all three sides of the bed that are not against the wall.

Customarily used in guest rooms and medium sized bedrooms, Full (Double) beds are 75” (191 cm) long and 54” (137 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around the perimeter of a Full (Double) size bed, with preference for greater clearances whenever possible. Bedrooms with Full Size (Double) beds should have minimum areas of around 97 ft2 (9 m2) for a bed with clearance, to between 118-121 ft2 (11-11.2 m2) for bed clearance and closets.

Pair of layouts for Full | Double Sized Bedrooms showing side and front closet positions
Full Size (Double) Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plan strategies for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a Full Size (Double) Bed. When planning bedrooms, it is recommended that clearances be provided around all three sides of the bed that are not against the wall.

Customarily used in guest rooms and medium sized bedrooms, Full (Double) beds are 75” (191 cm) long and 54” (137 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around the perimeter of a Full (Double) size bed, with preference for greater clearances whenever possible. Bedrooms with Full Size (Double) beds should have minimum areas of around 97 ft2 (9 m2) for a bed with clearance, to between 118-121 ft2 (11-11.2 m2) for bed clearance and closets.

Pair of layouts for Full | Double Sized Bedrooms showing side and front closet positions
Full (Double) Bedroom Layouts
Height:
Width:
9’6”-10’6” | 2.9-3.2 m
Length:
Depth:
8’9”-9’3” | 2.67-2.82 m
Weight:
Area:
97 ft2 | 9 m2

Bed Size: 54” x 75” | 137 x 191 cm

Drawings include:
Full (Double) Bedrooms clearances, plan layout (side closet), plan (front closet)

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King Bedroom Layouts
Clearance diagram for Bedrooms sized for King Beds with dimensions

King Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plan strategies for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a King Size Bed. When planning bedrooms, it is recommended that clearances be provided around all three sides of the bed not against the wall.

Customarily used in master bedrooms, King size beds are 80” (203 cm) long and 76” (193 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around the perimeter of a King size bed, with preference for larger clearances because of the common luxury nature of King bedrooms. Bedrooms with King size beds should have minimum areas of around 119 ft2 (11 m2) for a bed with clearance, to between 141-147 ft2 (13.1-13.7 m2) for bed clearance and closets.

Pair of dimensioned floorplan layouts showing variations of King Bedrooms with closets on the side or front of the bed
King Bedroom layouts are recommended floor plan strategies for organizing bedrooms based on the standard dimensions of a King Size Bed. When planning bedrooms, it is recommended that clearances be provided around all three sides of the bed not against the wall.

Customarily used in master bedrooms, King size beds are 80” (203 cm) long and 76” (193 cm) wide. Minimum clearances of 30” (76.2 cm) and comfortable clearances of 36” (91.4 cm) are recommended around the perimeter of a King size bed, with preference for larger clearances because of the common luxury nature of King bedrooms. Bedrooms with King size beds should have minimum areas of around 119 ft2 (11 m2) for a bed with clearance, to between 141-147 ft2 (13.1-13.7 m2) for bed clearance and closets.

Pair of dimensioned floorplan layouts showing variations of King Bedrooms with closets on the side or front of the bed
King Bedroom Layouts
Height:
Width:
11’4”-12’4” | 3.45-3.76 m
Length:
Depth:
9’2”-9’8” | 2.79-2.95 m
Weight:
Area:
119 ft2 | 11 m2

Bed Size: 76” x 80” | 193 x 203 cm

Drawings include:
King Bedroom clearances, plan layout (side closet), plan (front closet)

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Flexible Individual Bedroom Layouts
Bedroom layout for a flexible room sized for a full-size bed with dedicated space for wheelchair accessibility

Flexible Individual Bedrooms are suggestions for planning a single bedroom that is adjustable to many layout scenarios. Typically interested in space planning efficiency, flexible bedroom floor plans should consider bed sizes in the smaller range: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen sizes.

A 5’ x 5’ (1.5 x 1.5 m) clear zone should be provided whenever possible within the floor plan to provide accessibility to wheelchair users that require additional movement clearances. Flexible bedrooms should have minimum floor plan areas of around 140 ft2 (13 m2).

Flexible Individual Bedrooms are suggestions for planning a single bedroom that is adjustable to many layout scenarios. Typically interested in space planning efficiency, flexible bedroom floor plans should consider bed sizes in the smaller range: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen sizes.

A 5’ x 5’ (1.5 x 1.5 m) clear zone should be provided whenever possible within the floor plan to provide accessibility to wheelchair users that require additional movement clearances. Flexible bedrooms should have minimum floor plan areas of around 140 ft2 (13 m2).

Flexible Individual Bedroom Layouts
Height:
Width:
11’10” | 3.6 m
Length:
Depth:
11’10” | 3.6 m
Weight:
Area:
140 ft2 | 13 m2

Bed Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen
Flexibility: Handicap accessible

Drawings include:
Flexible Individual Bedroom plan layout, plan (person)

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