Bedrooms are more than just a place to sleep, they are a sanctuary, a space that should feel calm and tranquil. Seating in the master bedroom needs to be considered carefully, to avoid the bed becoming the only place to sit.
'You might think you only have room for a simple ottoman or storage box, but measure your floor space,
you might be surprised to discover a simple upholstered bench, takes up no more space, than a blanket box but adds much more. '
In an average size master bedroom, the space at the end of the bed is often wasted, or finished with a simple ottoman. Most of us would love the luxury of a sofa, chaise and chairs in our seating area, but, this isn’t always possible.
Look at the size and shape of you room; find ways to make your space can work harder. Consider how the space is to be used, a bay window, or alcove is the perfect area for two chairs and a small table. If you need a cozy reading nook consider an oversized chair, with lots of cushions, throws and side lamp. Those of you with less space consider removing one of your bedside tables and replacing it with a single chair and lamp.
You might think you only have room for a simple ottoman or storage box, but measure your floor space, you might be surprised to discover a simple upholstered bench, takes up no more space, than a blanket box but adds much more.
2 chairs work really well in a bay window, see Marlon chair above in Peacock Mohair.
A large cozy chair is great to create a reading corner in an alcove, the Earl Grey is a great over sized design, shown here is stain resistant Velvet,
If you are tight on space and a single chair is you only option, a statement chair in the corner will add a little drama, see the Oscar chair above in stain resistant velvet Pinot Noir.