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How to Arrange Your Furniture – Part 2

How to Arrange Your Furniture – Part 2

Now that we have mastered the art of incorporating balance, it is time to add another special skill to your bag of tricks. No one said the road to mastering the ultimate Feng Shui would be easy, but it would be our pleasure to show you how to capture a vivacious citrus essence to even a low-key mellow-dramatic atmosphere.

Without further ado, let’s explore some helpful tips on how to arrange your furniture for different Bedroom types.



Arranging your furniture for your bedroom can be a great way to explore different styles to accentuate on the mood you desire to display. Whether you decide to show your love for the South or Romantic styles through traditional Latin styles, if you follow these tips, the bedroom of your dreams will be within your reach.

    1. The Game Plan

One of the most important things to keep in mind when selecting pieces for your bedroom or any room in your home is to be mindful of the dimensions. Being fully aware of the length, width, and height of the product that catches your eye is important because you want to avoid any and all mishaps that occur when one ignores the dimensions of the product, the entryways, the hallways and so on. 

    • Checkmate

It doesn’t take a chess prodigy to know that the placement is key. It’s for that reason why you should start with the placement of your bed because the bed, regardless of its size, will act as the focal point of the bedroom. Once you have placed your bed, then you can begin placing complimentary furniture pieces like an office desk, nightstand or drawer dresser. Just keep in mind that everything will fall into place once the centerpiece is in its correct position.

    • Lie at Anchor

Rugs and Anchors are the objects to have the least in common, however, when it comes to arranging and decorating your bedroom, rugs are the perfect filler piece to bring out the hidden details in your bedroom.


Now that the preliminaries have been established, let’s explore a few common types of bedrooms and how to arrange and decorate your furniture accordingly.


Square Room


    • It’s a Kind of Magic

What if there was a magical item to create the home of your dreams? An item more influential than a Benjamin yet overlooked like the copper penny.  This “magical” item may not have any fictional power, but any Tall storage like an armoire or gentlemen’s chest will add height to the room.  

Window Facing

Bedrooms with windows seem difficult to decorate and furnish. If the window is seen as a burden to you, here are some tips on how to conquer the art of furnishing a window-facing bedroom.

    • Window Dressing

If you plan on opening the window in your bedroom, placing your bed underneath it may seem a logical decision when trying to arrange your bedroom.  If you ever come across this thought at any point in time, DON’T DO IT! The reason why placing your bed under a functional window is highly disapproved is because it creates an uncomfortable draft, and no one wants to feel distressed in your own home.

As a solution, one should instead place their bed far from the door and facing the window. This will permit the natural sunlight to embrace every space and entity in your bedroom.


Small Bedroom

                        Arranging furniture for a small bedroom while trying to embrace a minimalist style or simply trying to live can seem complex for a room so small. No matter your circumstance, here are some tips to help you make the most out of a small situation.

    • Up Against the Wall

As mentioned previously, when arranging furniture, you always want to place your bed first and then surround it with complementary furniture items. The same principle still applies for small bedrooms regardless of the style one is attempting to portray.

One tip for placing your bed in your small bedroom is to place the bed along the longest wall in the room. Doing this will accommodate the physique of the bed while also providing space for other entities around the room.

    • It Takes Two (or maybe more…)

Now that the bed has been placed, the next step is the placement of bedroom furniture. One of the main pieces one must consider placing first is the dresser or media center.

 One of the best places to put a dresser or media center is directly across from the bed. This will bring ease and simplicity when associating your needs with different areas in your room.

Another tip to keep in mind is utilizing small free-standing furniture for extra seating. A good vanity stool or even a bedroom bench will come in handy for kicking off your shoes after a long stressful day o the job.

    • Wall Outlets

Lastly, when placing and arranging your furniture in your small bedroom or any room of any magnitude, you always want to be mindful of wall outlets. This is a crucial detail that will impact how you arrange your furniture. After all, you never want your table lamp to act as a floor lamp or have your TV act as the foundation for your media center.

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