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Ways to Style Your Bedroom for Any Stage in Life

Ways to Style Your Bedroom for Any Stage in Life
Your bedroom should grow with you. From your first apartment to your retirement home, your bedroom should change to meet your needs at any stage in life. When styling your bedroom, consider space not only in the room, but also in the rest of your home. Try not to do much more than relax in your bedroom space; life happens outside of those walls, so inside should be a sanctuary.

First Grown Up Bedroom

No more roommates! No more studio or dorm room! This bedroom is for your first apartment or starter home. Chances are space is not on your side here, and that’s OK. A full or queen-sized bed is going to be perfect here, and you’ll want to find a bed with built-in storage. Maximize your space! The Emily Queen Bed offers so much drawer space you may be able to skip a chest.

If you need more storage, look for sleek dressers to hold your necessities. A contemporary style lends itself to furniture with a minimal footprint. Bedroom sets can really save you some time and effort in a small room like the Hunter Bedroom set. It offers tons of storage and will accommodate a smaller space.

Couple’s Space

Out of the small apartment and into a larger space for two! You have a bit more room, but now it has to accommodate two people. That means more drawers, storage, and a bigger bed! Chances are your new digs come with an actual master bedroom, but you want to keep a budget on your radar.

Go for a queen or king-sized bed. Put a little thought into the mattress and find something comfortable for co-sleeping. You can go a little more ornate on the bedframe and focus less on storage. The Raquel Queen bed features a very grown-up style!

You’ll need two nightstands with emphasis on storage, like the Champagne Nightstand. It will have to hold your phone, eReader, actual books, a laptop and more. Also, you can and should splurge a bit on a dresser and chest, like the one from Brashland. It can hold enough for two people without overwhelming a room.

A True Master Suite

It’s a big moment in everyone’s life when they finally settle into a master suite. You now may have a couple of kids or fur-babies crawling into bed with you every night. Your bedroom is a place to read, watch TV, and unwind.

Go with a king-size bed that has ample room for stretching out. The headboard by Westerly would look magnificent in a room with high ceilings. You may want to invest a bedroom set, like the Cheyenne set, that offers storage and style.

One of the great things about a true master suite is the sitting space you can create. Select cozy accent chairs like the Bellamy chair and TV stands with an added fireplace! You can make this room an oasis for the whole family! Choose what makes you happy and focus on the calm and uncluttered.