“Christian Morgenstern got it right: Home is not where you live but where they understand you.” I think the bedroom is the most relaxing place for you after a tiring day at work.
Generally speaking, items that do not fit in other spaces in the house are put in the bedroom, so the more storage space in the bedroom, the better, you can store all kinds of daily necessities. It's another fact that can't be overlooked that the bedroom has to accommodate what is likely to be the largest piece of furniture in the home - the bed and closet - and it's not an easy task. Please read the following layout points carefully to make maximum use of your space.
Bed: The first thing to do is to determine the position of the bed. If it is a double bed, it should be possible to get into the bed from both sides of the bed (that is, do not place the side of the bed against the wall). If the bedroom roof is sloped, make sure that there is enough height at all sides of the bed, that the door does not face the bed, and that the opening and closing of the closet door or drawers are not obstructed. If space is tight, avoid beds with treads or legs; a simple bed will make the room look larger. If you choose a bed with drawers underneath, that is the best, because on the one hand can provide additional storage space, on the other hand can save floor space.
Dressing desk: If the bedroom is large enough for all the basic furniture to fit easily, and there is ample floor space, a dressing table can be placed to enhance the taste of the room. In principle, the dresser should be located in a sunny location, such as next to a dormer window (with a separately mounted dressing mirror). Make sure that the user can sit comfortably in the seat of the dresser, and also make sure that there is enough space behind the seat for others to pass by.
Nightstands: Nightstands can balance the visual effect, and should be placed in pairs, not the same on both sides, but the size should be equivalent. If the room can only place a nightstand, you can also try to move the bed slightly, placed on both sides of the two mini-table or close to the height of the counter shelves instead, so that the visual balance of the room will not be broken.
Drawer cabinet: If you have more space in your bedroom, consider buying a moderately sized chest of drawers and placing it on either side of the bed - where the nightstand was originally placed. A chest of drawers provides lots of storage space for lamps, books, and clothes that don't need to be hung up. If the room can only accommodate a single chest of drawers, place it centered against an undecorated wall and place a mirror on it to create a visual focal point; it can also double as a dresser, just without a matching seat. If the chest of drawers and closet must share a wall, you can also purchase a chest of drawers in a style commensurate with the closet, thus maintaining a sense of visual unity. If you want to pursue is a sense of style, you can also place it in a group of closets.
Closets: Pairs or not, freestanding closets can easily and properly be placed in a bedroom, usually directly across from the bed. If there is a large closet, then it can be centered against one wall for visual balance. This is a better use of space, and if there is a problem with the angle of the wall in the room, such as a sloping house, the closet can also have some sheltering effect. Placing the closet next to the window will affect the lighting, but if space is limited and must be placed there, you can also choose a light-colored cabinet door or door with a mirrored closet to enhance the light in the room.