A bedroom is perhaps the main space in any home as even if you work a lot and come home only to have a sleep, you use your bedroom every day. It’s a place where you can have a rest, sleep, dream, read, have fun, even eat and drink if you want. Today we’ll have a look at the two most popular bedroom layouts and advantages and disadvantages of both of them. Let’s get started.
The Bed In The Center
This is a classic and foolproof bedroom layout that works every time for bedrooms with much space. If the bedroom is large enough, there’s usually a space for a queen or king-size bed to enjoy, and the bed is always a centerpiece in this space. Use the foot of the bed to place a bench with storage, a desk, a console or a large caddy that can be moved to serve coffee in bed. If you still have some space to fill , and you can go for a reading nook, a home office nook, a bench or a large plant, or even create a whole sitting area by the hearth.
a cozy and sophisticated bedroom with a bed placed against the window and with an exposed brick wall
an industrial bedroom with a storage bench and rugs on both sides of the bed
a colorful bedroom with watercolor bedding, a wicker pendant lamp and a vintage storage bench
a neutral attic space with a bed in the center and little nightstands on both sides
a serene bedroom in blush and grey, with a glam chandelier and a refined bench at the foot
a boho bedroom with a wooden bed, muted colored textiles and wicker furniture
an attic bedroom with mirror in the headboard, a bench for things and even a home office nook
a chic bedroom accomodates not only a large bed but also a vintage chair and a gorgeous trestle desk at the foot of the bed
a modern bedroom with a printed headboard wall and a comfy bench and caddy for functionality
a comfy and small Scandinavian attic bedroom with a grey bed and some lamps - nothing else is needed here
a contemporary bedroom with a floating bed, a lit up headboard and a large artwork
a cozy bedroom with a large headboard bed and a comfy sitting space with a sofa and some chairs
an airy minimalist attic bedroom with a bed in the center, a windowsill shelf and a chair
a spacious bedroom with extensive glazing and a bed in the center plus some space for a chair and a hearth
If your bedroom layout is barely big enough to fit a bed, there are a few hacks that will help you manage the space. The first thing you should do is to place the bed against the wall in the corner to get as much free space as possible. Opt for a smaller full bed with built-in storage in lieu of a dresser. Spruce up the corner with a gallery wall or mirrors. Mirrors will help the room appear bigger, so invest in a few that you can place strategically.
Placing a bed in the corner against the wall is also a great idea to save some space for a wardrobe, a dresser, a desk, some ottomans or a reading chair. Use this space to advantage rocking necessary things there.
a small industrial bedroom with a pallet bed in the corner and a round ottoman with a rug
a country attic bedroom with a bed in the corner and a nightstand - nothing else is here to declutter the room
a moody bedroom with a corner headboard, colorful touches and lots of artworks
an attic bedroom with a bed placed in the corner, a zen feel and touches bring peacefulness to the space
placing a bed in the corner like here allows some space for a reading nook and a bench
a Scandinavian bedroom in black and white, with proper artworks covering the corner
a small and colorful bedroom with a mint bed with a corner headboard and bold touches