The bedroom project: guidelines to better organize it
The design of the bedroom implies particular attention in the organization of the environment and in the choice of finishes and furnishings. In fact, the sleeping areait represents the most intimate and reserved domestic space, destined to satisfy the functional and aesthetic needs of those who live in the house.
We will explore the following contents:
- How to design bedroom spaces
- The choice of finishes in the bedroom
- The bedroom with wardrobe
- Bedroom lighting: the lighting project
First of all, it is necessary to consider the size of the room and the spatial conformation, in order to make the most appropriate choices to recreate a comfortable and welcoming room. For this reason, it is of fundamental importance that the master bedroom ensures a comfortable usability and is equipped with all the furnishing elements deemed functional to one's needs. The organization of the interior spaces must also involve the exploitation of small and apparently not very functional corners. In this way, the bedroom can be allocated to multiple functions: rest, relaxation, personal care and even space for smart working.
Here are some tips that can guide the user to make wise choices aimed at obtaining a good level of comfort and psycho-physical well-being.
How to design bedroom spaces
From the early design stages, it is necessary to consider the size of the bedroom in view of organize the environment in a rational way
, taking advantage of every corner of the room, even the smallest. However, it is good to ensure the free use of space by providing for the absence of physical barriers that could obstruct daily movements. In the case of a renovation, the best choice is to create environments that, in addition to being aesthetically pleasing, meet functional needs and comply with current legislation. In this regard, the minimum size established by law for a double room is 14 square meters, excluding accessory compartments such as internal bathrooms and walk-in closets. Also, the room must have a minimum height of 2.70 meters
and must be properly ventilated and illuminated thanks to the presence of at least one opening to the outside. The aforementioned size must accommodate the functional furniture for the sleeping area including the double bed, wardrobe and bedside tables. If the size of the room is larger,
you can add a seat, a shelf, a bookcase and all the furnishing accessories that meet specific needs. At the basis of every choice, it is essential to predict what the flows of movement within the environment will be, according to the habits of those who will experience it firsthand. It is always necessary to ensure the right distance between one furniture and the other in order to ensure free use, also facilitated by the absence of obstacles and surfaces that are dangerous for personal safety.
For these reasons, the first step is to study the floor plan of the bedroom
and in the arrangement of the furniture elements that must comply with specific rules.
The central element of the double room it is undoubtedly represented by the double bed that can be double or single and a half, the so-called double bed. In the first case, the standard dimensions of the bed start from 160 x 190 cm to go up, in the second case they coincide to about 140 x 190 cm. Usually the second type is used in smaller environments or in which it is necessary to insert multiple functions and for this it is essential to adopt space-saving solutions. The choice of bed must be accurate since it is the cornerstone of the sleeping area and must ensure comfort and durability over time.
Designed on human ergonomics, there are many bed models on the market to choose from, the important thing is to opt for the solution that best suits the shape of your room. Once chosen, the bed must ensure free movement along its three sides, taking into account the presence of other furnishings, such as the wardrobe and its opening system. If the latter is in a front position with respect to the bed, it will be advisable to space it sufficiently to be able to open the doors freely. To this end, there must be at least a distance of 90 cm between the short side of the bed and the wardrobe. If the bedroom is not deep enough, you can choose a sliding door system, so you can use the wardrobe comfortably without unpleasant inconveniences.
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