14 Ways to Make Better Use of Bedroom Corners

A lot people have bedrooms at which we need to produce every little distance work difficult, such as the corners. Check out these ideas for corner window seats, headboards, fireplaces, armoires and press closets, workspaces, bookshelves and chaises, in addition to some interesting designs for making good use of corners in kids’ rooms, also.

Chandos Interiors

Extend an upholstered headboard. This gives the bed a stronger presence. It’s a fantastic opportunity to get more mileage out of a cloth and generate a daybed texture in the corner.

Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc..

The idea also works with a bigger bed plus also a leather headboard.

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Lori Gilder

Angle the bed in. According to feng shui principles, the bed ought to be placed where you can see the door. Angling a bed to the corner may figure out this issue, providing clear views to the doorways. From a practical perspective, in addition, it allows for a surface space behind the bed for lamps, reading materials and decorative accents.

Learn more about drifting the bed into a corner

Thrifty Decor Chick

Tuck in a small fireplace. This is a cozy way to incorporate a hearth to a bedroom, and it saves a great deal of precious wall space for windows, dressers, the bed and doors.

Designs Northwest Architects, Dan Nelson

Let your bookshelves form an “L.” This is an efficient way to extend bedroom storage and display space in a bedroom that is tight. You could also nestle the bed into precisely the same corner if necessary.

Designing Solutions

Extend window treatments. This gives continuity and enlivens possibly dead space with fabric and prints.

Denise DeCoster Architect

Insert a work nook. We’ve debated whether or not a desk is a restful item to have in the bedroom, but for many it’s a matter of necessity. The corner is a discreet spot that can help keep your relaxation and work spaces different. You can also use this idea for a dressing table; just add a costume mirror.

Tracery Interiors

Produce a reading nook. Put a chaise or overstuffed armchair in the corner that has a great lamp for settling in with a book or that pile of catalogs that have been calling your name.

Cravotta Interiors

If your space is tight, then look into corner seats for a comfortable fit.

You can also use two seats to make a spot for conversation and coffee. It can be a great refuge where parents may connect from the kids.

Griffin Enright Architects

Open that sucker up. OK, OK, I admit, this really is a dream-house scenario in a mosquitoless part of earth, but wow, this treehouse-like bedroom plus its own spacious corner are a damn great fantasy.

Zinc Art + Interiors

Nestle an armoire in. Based on how it relates to a mattress’s placement, this may also be an excellent spot for concealing a bedroom TV.

Alicia Ventura Interior Design

Get creative using a wall mural. This clever tree incorporates bookshelves on two walls.

Twist Interior Design

Conjure a special spot for curling upward. Bookshelves and an oversize ottoman create a wonderful kid-size nook. Note the way in which the designer has included a roof across the very top of this built-in. The same idea could be executed with beanbags on the floor and fabric across the top.

Carlyn And Company Interiors + Design

Put two single beds head to head. This bed setup is excellent for kids’ sleepovers.

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Similarly, you might have the two beds back up to some shared nightstand.

More: Desire tips for taking advantage of corners in other rooms? Check out corners in the kitchen, corners in the house office and corners at the living room and family room.

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