Your bedroom is your Personal Paradise: Large houses may have separate areas for specific functions. A spacious Tudor-style house might have a Complete Amenities such as:
o Wooden Library case / shelf
o Wooden Dressing room
o Wooden Piano room
o Sports room
o Wooden Recreation room
o Room for Prayer.
o Wooden Night stand
o Wooden Canopy bed
o Wooden Walk-in closet (entryway)
o Wooden Dresser
o Wooden Study table
o Wooden TV set cabinet
o Wooden Leather couch
o Wooden items for Shower room / Powder room / Lou / or toilet.
It can have small bedrooms with just a bed made up of pure wooden furniture. Get a bed pillow that's just right for the way you sleep – perhaps a down pillow you can hug, squash, or rumple around in any way, or a foam pillow that does not shift around when you sleep. Make sure that you get authentic cotton or feather pillows if you are sensitive to synthetic pillow fillings. Invest in quality pillows that last perennial.
For your bed covers, duvets, blankets and pillowcases, choose a sheet fabric that you feel comfortable with – they come in cotton, chenille, linen, or satin. Pick a color that's soothing to the eyes, like the pale shades of green, blue, lavender or yellow.
A small study table at one corner of the room is a good place for you to lay your document folders or your computer. You may also install a reading lamp and a hanging book shelf overhead the desk.
If you're into 24-hour movie channels or late-night talk shows, you can set up your television on the wall opposite to your bed. Find a TV rack than can also serve as an organizer for your other gears like PlayStation, CD's, and video players.
Your bedroom is also a safe haven for your collector's items, souvenirs, or memorabilia. With glass curios cabinets, you can view your collection any time of the day when you feel like reminiscing the past while relaxing. You can also use a corner curio cabinet to fill that empty nook on your bedroom.
Lighting, Windows, and Walls: Dormant times: You can set up one fluorescent light at the center of your bedroom ceiling, as you might need a generous amount of light when reading or fixing your room at night. You may also put a reading lamp on top of your night stand. If you would like to sleep with a little bit of light on, you can have wall lamps or sconces installed on your bedroom.
Your bedroom window should allow enough natural daylight and, at the same time, provide you security while you sleep in the middle of the night. If you live in high-rise condominium buildings and you have one of those large glass windows in your bedroom, you can furnish it with vertical blinds or draperies but you need to let some sunlight to peep in for avoiding moisture and fond smells from the background of the room.
Paint your bedroom walls instead of covering them with wall paper. This will save you from the tedious effort of gluing the paper and peeling them off in case you want to redecorate. Choose paint in relaxing colors, but you need to get those that match the color and style of your bedroom furniture.