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5 ways to make a bedroom you'll love

By definition, a bedroom isn’t really a bedroom without a bed. But there’s so much more that goes into furnishing the bedroom of your dreams than just picking a comfy place to lay your head. From master suite to kids’ room, and from multipurpose guest room to curl-up-with-a-book “me” space, we’ve got the questions and considerations to help you find just what you’re looking for when it comes to bedroom furniture. 

Here are the five most important things to consider when picking bedroom furniture:
1.    Start with the headboard.
glam upholstered headboard
Photo credit: Jessica Bailey
As the centerpiece of the room, a headboard can really change the look of the bedroom, so it’s often the best (and easiest) place to start. 

Pick the right headboard with some help: 5 things you didn’t know mattered about headboards
2.     What goes next to your bed?

Photo credit: Alicia Lacy

Remember two things when selecting nightstands — storage and symmetry. Think about everything you’ll need within arms’ reach. Are you simply storing your cellphone charger and a glass of water, or do you need to stow a stack of reading material behind drawers and doors? Do you need two matching tables for symmetry, or do his-and-hers side tables strike your fancy? Strapped for space and considering only one nightstand? That’s allowed, too.

Get the details: Must-know rules of selecting your one (or two) nightstands
3.     Where do you store your stuff?

lux dresser storage
Photo credit: Melissa Johnson
Figuring out exactly what it is you store should be your first consideration when it comes to bedroom storage. The best bedroom storage solutions maximize space by serving dual-purposes.
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4.     Don’t forget a spot to sit.

accent chair for bedroom seating
Photo credit: Monica Benavidez

Don’t underestimate the value of having a spot to sit in the bedroom. Adding an accent chair or bench can liven up a bare corner, create a quiet reading nook or serve as multipurpose workspace.
Pick the best seating for your space: The one piece of furniture you’re probably missing in your bedroom
Make the most of your bedroom seating: Reasons you need to do more with your bare bedroom corner
5.     What about the rest of the fam?

cubby bookcase for kids’ bedroom toy storage
Photo credit: Allison Griffith

Furnishing a space for the kids to call their own? Consider bedroom furniture that’s kid-friendly and parent-approved.
Get more tips: Four secrets to tackling kids’ room storage

Top bedroom image courtesy of Liz Fourez
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