Tyson Lundblad, May 26th , 2018.
Arrange the Furniture You Have First. Another quick tip before you get started: Don't buy new furniture until you've arranged the pieces you already have. That way you'll know the exact furniture you need, along with the dimensions and style you're looking for. Draw it Out. It's a good idea to experiment with different arrangements on paper before you start pushing furniture around the room. That way you can eliminate some options that won't work without potentially scratching your floor or walls while moving your dresser for the zillionth time (believe me, it happens). Measure at least your biggest items (bed, dresser, shelves, etc.), as well as the dimensions of your room, then sketch out a couple of different options. If you're not much of an artist, check out an app that can do the job for you. Try Home Design 3D (iOS) or Floor Plan Creator (Android).
Design a spot where you can sink down and relax in a comfortable armchair. In a small bedroom where space is tight, situate a chair with a small footprint into an empty corner to carve out a spot for reading and lounging. Slide a small storage ottoman against the chair so you can stretch out your legs and relax. Stash reading and work-related materials inside the ottoman to keep them readily available when you need them. Drape a cozy furniture throw over the back of your armchair for chilly days. With space at a minimum, corners have to be cut — four of them to be exact. Instead of trying to fit a nightstand and desk together in one room, take one table completely out of the equation and set up a small sized desk bedside instead.
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