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lmweaver's Bedroom Redesign

Redesign Your Bedroom



Albina Purdy 3 months ago
LMWweaver has a good idea for a bedroom redesign. I would just make one change. I think the bed should be higher so that it can be used as a table. Then you could use the drawers to store your clothes and other stuff. I like how the walls are decorated with books and posters. Go to Managed IT Services Winnipeg for best reviews. That's something I would have done if I had been given that kind of money to redecorate my room! The bed looks very comfortable too—I think that's important because it makes up for any shortcomings in other areas of your room's design.

Collect Info

Now, you try to gather as much information as possible about your existing bedroom and about the place you live.

Take a full inventory of everything in your room, listing and categorizing what works and what doesn't. Take measurements of the entire room, from the overall size to the size of the closet, to the placement of the windows. You can't propose new solutions until you figure out and document the existing problems!

The photos you take and the simple diagrams you sketch here will help you understand how the existing bedroom layout and design will compare with your new ideas.

Try This Walk around your bedroom and home and take photos or a short video, if you like to be a movie maker. You can upload those photos or short videos in this step. Be sure to write a detailed description for every image. Take interior photos of the hallways and entrances that lead into your bedroom. Ho wyou get to the room is just as important as what is inside! Draw a floorplan of your existing bedroom and include it in this step. Make a list of those features that you really like about how your bedroom looks / functions. Make separate list of all the ways that your current bedroom is not so well designed (too small, the light is poor, the door is in the wrong place, the bathroom is too far away, etc.) You may also want to upload a site plan of your home, showing where your bedroom fits into the building. Knowing your context (the space around your design site) is important. Are there a lot of trees or tall buildings in your neighborhood? Use Google Maps to view and print out an aerial photo of your building. Cool, huh? On a piece of tracing paper placed over the aerial photo of your building, sketch a diagram showing a large arc around the building to show the path of the sun throughout the day. This drawing is called a site analysis diagram. (Remember, the sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) Draw other lines on this diagram to indicate the best views around the building. Think About What direction do the windows in your room face? What is the light like in the morning or in the afternoon? How is it different during these times? What types of furniture is used now? Is it large and heavy or light and moveable? Does this furniture function for the tasks you need to accomplish, or need to change? What is the artificial light in the bedroom like? What materials are currently used on the floors, walls, and ceiling? What are the different types of bedrooms in your home? Are there any that are better or worse than yours? What makes them better, other than the size? Maybe the doors or windows are in a better spot for furniture layout, or maybe they are just closer to the bathroom. What types of streets surround your home? Is your bedroom near the street? Is it busy or quiet? Based on the site analysis diagram you've sketched, where is the sun located throughout the day?

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