Mid century blonde bedroom furniture is one of the easiest do-it-yourself-bedroom furniture projects. Wardrobe doors are lightweight, easy to work with and once founded becomes an empty cloth for your creative talents. This project can work for all bedrooms in the house. Knowing where to place bedroom furniture can be difficult especially in smaller bedrooms. Follow these steps to arrange your bedroom for comfort and style.
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Draw a layout of the room on paper, including measurements and placements of all doors, windows, radiators and other fixed functions. If you are computer savvy and do more than one room, invest in a design software service for interior designers. Measure your mid century blonde. Decorators recommend scissoring small cutouts to scale and label each with their name and measurement. This way you can easily move them around your layout to get an idea of what’s right there. Arrange and rearrange pieces until everything fits and creates a nice flow throughout the room. Check if you will bump something when you review this layout, if the space between two is too hard or if the layout looks strange. Keep working until you are happy with the design.
Be creative with your solutions. Mid century blonde furniture need not be lined up against the walls. Try to place the bed out of a corner diagonally into the room. If you have a large empty wall and no bedside, try hanging a curtain rod and some curtains behind the bed to create a focal point. Apply basic principles for feng shui. Clean junk from all corners for better energy flow. Keep electrical equipment and wiring hidden in a unit with doors. Electrical equipment emits electromagnetic waves that can prevent a peaceful sleep. Hide them also add elegance to the room. Place real furniture according to the paper layout. If you have done your homework on the layout, you will be ready to move in and everything will fit just as you planned it.
Use a drill to secure doors to each other using two hinges per joint. Attach the hinges to the back of the doors, with a close top and a close bottom. Hold the door on the wall in place and use one level to ensure it is still. Have a friend draw a pencil line on the wall at the top of the gable. Also mark the center of each panel on the wall. Use the drill to attach an L-bracket to each marker. The brackets should be upside down so that the gable can lie against the upper arm and hide the side arm behind it. Have a friend to hold the gable in place and attach the consoles. Slide the bed in its frame firmly against the bedside to hold it in place.