4 Bedroom Design Ideas Not To Miss When Building A Custom Home

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4 Bedroom Design Ideas Not To Miss When Building A Custom Home

4 July 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog


To say that building a new home is a large project is somewhat of an understatement; it's a massive task. Just as with any other project that comes along with a massive to-do list, it's easy to overlook a thing or two. However, when it comes to such an important space like the bedroom, a minor mistake can have a large impact on how functional the room is and how much you enjoy the space. Learn some of the bedroom design mistakes you want to miss.

1. Furniture Layout

Determine what type of furniture layout you like best before designing the room. For instance, do you want your large dresser near the foot of the bed, or would you prefer it be on a side wall, running parallel to the bed? These small details matter because if you don't design the space with a layout in mind, you might be forced to arrange your furniture based on the space you have, rather than the style you prefer.

2. Privacy

Be mindful of privacy when you determine the location of the bedroom. For instance, a bedroom just off the kitchen might seem convenient, but when you have guests over, do you really want them to be that close to your bedroom? After all, even with soundproof measures, it's possible for noise to travel through anyway. Your bedroom should be an oasis, so pick a location that accommodates this goal.

3. Actual Needs

Home building blogs, shows, and magazines are great for inspiration, but always take what you see and translate it into what you actually need. For example, you might see a massive closet with all sorts of unique shelving and cabinet options, but if you don't have a lot of clothing, you might end up taking valuable space from your bedroom to accommodate a closet that you will barely fill. Always base design ideas on your own style and needs. 

4. Ventilation

A great bedroom doesn't just look great, but it also feels great. To ensure you can achieve the latter goal, make sure you design the room with good ventilation in mind. ventilation will help keep air circulating through the room, which can make it more comfortable and help keep unpleasant odors away. For proper ventilation, you need to ensure that the windows in the room are placed correctly based on the direction of the bedroom and its size. 

When it comes to building a new home, it's all about teamwork. Don't hesitate to ask your custom home builder for helpful tips and advice to ensure you don't miss any details in any room.

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