The bedroom is typically a place to sleep and relax so honestly, you don’t actually need that much space. The important thing is to make it the most comfortable. It is a worldwide issue to deal with small living spaces nowadays. Hence today, we has gathered specifically bedroom designs by professional experts all over the world. Let’s take a look on how we can save space without reducing the level of comfort!
Our first is designed by Japanese architectural company. This eclectic bed is made dominantly of wood with various features of a shelf and drawer placed right under the surface where the mattress lies. Part of the shelves are also used as stairs. In the case of small bedrooms, the lack of storage space is often a struggle. Hence to maximize floor space, you might want to think out of the box and start building things vertically.
- Streamlined and Sleek
- Covers Box Spring Print
- Readily Available To Match Any Color Scheme
- Cost Effective
- Can Easily Be Washed In The Home Washing Machine
- Color Can Be Changed Frequently
- Sizing May Be Difficult
- Doesn’t Cover Bed Frame
- Lifting Box Spring To Secure Bottom Corners Can Be A Hassle
- Some Colors May Allow Box Spring To Show Through
- Not Very Elegant
While placing a fitted sheet on the box spring doesn’t cover the frame or ‘under-the-bed’ area, it creates a streamlined appearance to the bed. This offers a room with a more buttoned-up look a simple cover for the not-so-attractive box spring. Using a darker color can keep the print on the box spring from showing through the sheet. Finding a fitted sheet of the appropriate size is necessary to avoid the sagging that would occur with an oversized sheet intended for mattresses with increased depth. Consider matching the fitted sheet to the comforter, drapes, or throws. This is just a review which can add your inspiration.