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Seven of the biggest bedroom layout mistakes EVERYONE is making 

Designing a bedroom can be a difficult task and if things are in the wrong place it can detract from the overall flow and aesthetic of a room.

Sizing and placement are essential factors to consider when arranging furniture and creating a beautiful living space.

Here are 
Instrument’s biggest bedroom layout mistakes 

Cluttering around the bed
The bed should be the focal point of the room, so cluttering the space around it can draw the focus away. Keep items minimal around the bed, including bedside tables, instead of having two try and opt for one. 

Wardrobe next to the door 
If you have a freestanding wardrobe, placing it next to or close to the door can make the room feel crowded. Wardrobes should be tucked into corners where possible. Consider built-in storage if you’re thinking about investing in your bedroom space, as this can be tailored to help make the room layout more appealing. 

Covering plug sockets 
From a practical standpoint, covering plug sockets can become a nuisance because you constantly have to move furniture to get to them. Using extension leads can help to avoid this but can look untidy. 

Placing the bed next to the wall
It can be tempting to push the bed right next to the wall to create a cosy nook, however, this makes a room feel cramped. Try to keep the bed central as it is the focal point of the bedroom.

Not prioritising the view
Regardless of whether you have a view or not, blocking the space around the window (s) can make the bedroom appear smaller and block any natural light coming in. Keep taller furniture pieces and bedframes away from the window to avoid this. 

Making the TV the focal point Unfortunately, many televisions aren’t aesthetically pleasing and shouldn’t be made the main focus of the room. Avoid placing the TV in front of the bed, otherwise, this creates competition between the two. If possible try removing the TV from the bedroom, as it will make the space feel cosier. 

Floor lamps in open spaceFloor space is precious in the bedroom and although floor lamps are best placed in larger living areas, they can still have their place in the bedroom. Place the bases of the floor lamp behind pieces of furniture like chairs or cabinets, this way the light is still beneficial but there is more floor area. 

A spokesperson for Instrument said: “
The layout of your bedroom is not only important for the way it looks and functions, but it is essential if you’re tight on space. We’re trying to encourage people to make the most out of their space as possible.

“Bedrooms can often become crowded with unnecessary and oversized items and furniture. Just by making a few simple changes, it is easy to unlock space in your home that you didn’t even know you had. This goes for any room in the house, not just the bedroom.”Instrument are wardrobe specialists, bringing customers modern wardrobes and bedroom sets, to the heart of the home. Combining high-quality service and designs, their unique assembly service is highly professional, taking the hassle out of flat-packed kits. 

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