When you purchase a property, part of the excitement that surrounds it comes through picking your decorations and furniture that you're going to place in the room. Modern properties and new homes tend to come with fitted products as standard and help you to make the most of the space that is available.
Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to purchase a new home so getting bedroom furniture included is very unlikely. If you own a home, there are a couple of items that you can purchase to bring your rooms up to date, allowing them to compete with the newer designs.
Most bedrooms have the same furniture - just in different designs, colours, shapes and sizes. However, bedrooms, whether they be modern or out-dated will include the following as standard:
Bedroom wardrobes are an absolute must for most bedrooms. They provide additional storage, come with a great sleek design and almost always add some form of value to the home in general. One of the most common forms of wardrobe is the sliding wardrobe.
These designs are typically installed to specific spaces in rooms. The best way to have one fitted is to contact a local furniture store and ask for an initial survey and quotation. They will be able to provide a professional designer to measure the room and create a selection of bespoke designs that have been tailored to that space.
Bedside Cabinets and Dressers
Bedside cabinets and full-scale dressers have also become increasingly popular in modern homes. As well as storage they tend to be used for make-up and getting ready for an evening or event. Just like larger products, these dressers and cabinets can be designed for a specific need or space.
Each dresser can also be colour matched and designed to fit around the other products in the room, making sure that your new additions stand out for all the right reasons.
Mirrors and Shoe Storage
One thing that is regularly forgotten about in modern bedroom designs is the mirrors and storage spaces for shoes and other accessories. It’s incredibly important that modern bedrooms allow an area for these products and storage solutions to make a bedroom more “user friendly”.
A lot of designers will include storage for shoes in wardrobes or storage drawers in bedframes themselves. Whereas, mirrors will typically be forgotten and purchased by homeowners after the purchase of a property.
More and more bedrooms are starting to include media units within the initial design and installation, especially for personal computers, televisions and gaming devices.
They have quickly become an important part of most peoples everyday lives with more and more television being watched every year. Some bespoke media units can be designed to fit into the bedframe, using an electrical switch to expose it when in use.
There are many areas to purchase bespoke furniture, however, independent stores that provide sliding wardrobes in Milton Keynes, tend to be the best bet as they’re able to provide a number of furniture installations for a fraction of the price.
1 Month Ago, Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 10:00:14