They say that our homes are also our sanctuaries, right? Well if that’s true, what room would be considered the innermost part of that sanctuary? For many it’s the bedroom. That stands to reason when you consider the average adult sleeps 7 to 8 hours per night. At that rate we spend nearly 1/3 of our lives in the bedroom while sleeping, watching TV, recovering from illness, or spending some private time with a spouse.
Looking at the bedroom in those terms implies that furniture and decoration choices are extremely important. If we’re going to spend nearly 1/3 of our lives in a single room it would be wise for us to design it to be as inviting and pleasant as possible. Much of what goes into that design is in the bedroom furniture.
The right furniture will go a long way to making your bedroom a sanctuary within a sanctuary, while the wrong furniture could make it a less-than-pleasant experience. Personally, I recommend using trusted bed specialists such as Bed SOS, who offer a wide range of beds and matching bedroom furniture in many styles and colours.
When you’re looking to purchase new furniture for your bedroom there are three things that you need to be concerned about – I call them the three “Fs”: function, form, and flexibility. Your furniture choices need to include a combination of all three, avoiding the tendency to completely sacrifice one in favour of another.
If you combine all three as equally as possible you’ll be able to make the best furniture choices for both your current circumstances and whatever comes your way in the future.
Remember, at the end of the day… you go to bed. Take the time to look around until you find bedroom furniture that combines the right amounts of function, form, and flexibility. When you find the right pieces you’ll just know it, trust me. Then you’ll be able to buy with confidence, knowing you’ve gotten the best of everything.
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