Question:

What furniture is needed in a bedroom?

4 August, 2021 Jesse Wrona 5

Answers (5):

  • AUTHOR: SCOTT BADON
    9 August, 2021

    The basics of a bedroom are the following:
    -bed
    -nightstand/table with light source. Being able to read in bed is important for turning off the light and going to sleep, as well as lighting up just enough in order not to strain your eyes on waking up at night. Dimmers are very popular these days too.
    -mirror (so you can straighten out your hair before getting into bed)
    -large closet or storage space for clothes, maybe even more than one shelf if there isn't enough room. A place to put shoes is also needed!
    -dresser or chest of drawers, preferably with some kind of mirror attached so it can double as a dressing table

  • AUTHOR: JOE BADON
    9 August, 2021

    The bedroom is traditionally a place for rest and relaxation. It should be furnished with enough space to move around, as well as items that serve one or more of the following purposes:
    A comfortable bed for a good night's sleep
    Shelving, bookshelves or even a dresser to store clothing away in so that it doesn't take up floor space
    Bookcases - not only handy for storage but also useful next to the bed if you read in bed and have an accompanying lamp
    TV consoles - TV consoles are popular nowadays for storing all your DVD's or video games underneath the television screen (i.e. PlayStation 4)
    Furniture such as chairs, ottomans, coffee tables.

  • AUTHOR: ZONIA MICHAUD
    9 August, 2021

    This is a very difficult question. There is no such thing as the "right" number of pieces of furniture in a bedroom, although three pieces are the minimal number necessary. Generally speaking, there should be one dresser to serve as storage space and two nightstands for everything else. Shelving bookshelves with cushioned rests to prevent any damage done by falling books or papers can also be put in the room. However, some people like to add chairs or benches for reading purposes- this depends on personal preference. Finally, desks are not recommended in bedrooms because they will often just become cluttered and unappealing over time only be secondarily used while eating lunch or watching TV before bedtime.

  • AUTHOR: WILLIAM NOREN
    9 August, 2021

    Bed (single, double, or queen)
    Clothes storage, typically in the form of a dresser and/or a wardrobe with closets
    Mirror(s)
    Night stand(s)
    Lamps/lights for reading at night or as general illumination
    Window treatments to lower light during sleeping hours. Curtains and blinds are popular options that offer different levels of light obscuration. For bedrooms that are treated as an office space during daylight hours, ample lighting is important for homework and other work-related tasks. Ceiling-mounted lights may be necessary and floor lamps may be needed throughout the room. Other features often found in bedrooms include USB charging stations where one can charge electronics conveniently.

  • AUTHOR: JUSTIN MAYORAL
    9 August, 2021

    Think about what the bedroom is likely to include. You should have a comfortable closet, dresser with mirror, night stands for alarm clock and reading light, desk area for working on projects or homework near a window with natural light and desk chair...
    In general terms, most of these items could be considered "standard" room furniture. It would depend on how large your budget was as to whether you wanted to upgrade the pieces of furniture, such as nightstands made out of marble instead of being merely wood. A more popular choice nowadays is a four-poster bed which offers added detail in design that could set it apart from other shapes. Keep in mind that some people prefer having drapes at windows.