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Master Bedroom/Bathroom layout

fadeljaberDecember 25, 2012
I need help arranging furniture in this master bedroom in my apartment.

Please note that the exterior walls around the white floor area are Glass.

The yellow rectangle is a column (can't be removed)

Thank you all
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charleee
It would be helpful to know what furniture you have that needs arranging, and what size bed you have as well. But not knowing that, I would put the bed on the long wall without the window with night tables on either side, and a low dresser under the window wall.
1 Like    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 1:28AM
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fadeljaber
Thank you for your comment.
I still dont have any furniture. I still dont know what to buy coz i dont know where to put them!
I agree about the bed and dresser.
But what about the wardrobe ?
    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 1:34AM
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charleee
Oh, ok, I get it! No built-in closet! Ok, in that case I would change things a bit. I would put the head of the bed under the window, one nightstand to the right of the bed, a tall dresser on the short no-window wall and your wardrobes along the longest no-window wall.
1 Like    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 1:42AM
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houssaon
You could put a bed along the longest wall with a night table and lamp on either side. At the foot of the bed, you could put a dresser and mirror up against that wall. The wall of the W/C you could put the wardrobe and a chair.

Looks like a noce spacious room. Any pictures?
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fadeljaber
@olldbobbi, that would be good, but I think there would be not enough room left between the bed and the wardrobe

@houssaon nice idea, I also thought about at the wall at the foot of the bed I put a flat TV and bookshelves, and at the same time I use the area between the column and the wall as a built in dresser and mirror (facing the bed). The entrance would be thru the gap between the column and the bathroom, its about 3.9 feet.

Soon I will start with paint I'll post pictures when this is done. I need to know where to place the power and electricity sockets know,
    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 2:01AM
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charleee
Are you building this room from scratch? In other words, this room isn't built yet?
    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 2:02AM
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fadeljaber
It just has the walls, plumbing, and electricity tubes, nothing more, so I can make adjustments during this period
1 Like    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 2:12AM
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fadeljaber
I need help in the living/dining room too. It is L-shaped, I still don't know how to place the furniture.
    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 2:31AM
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Dytecture
Are you able to place furniture in the white floor area ? The wall between the WC and bedroom has a window right in the middle.
    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 6:34AM
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Dar Eckert
A L-shaped wardrobe between the pillar and wall and the leg of the wardrobe on the entry door side to create a little dressing area.
1 Like    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 7:49AM
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decoenthusiaste
If you keep this configuration with the WC, I would put an armchair and floor lamp in the window wall area for a reading nook. Then a chest of drawers on the WC wall. An armoire on the short wall. A low storage credenza under the window. Bed and night stands on the long wall. Two options for TV: on the chest by the WC or on the column (mounted or set on a swivel to view from bed or nook.) I posted all white items, not for style or color bu for function, since you didn't say what your style is.
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1 Like    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 8:13AM
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fadeljaber
@Dytecture yes the white area is part of the room, the window is in fact 2 windows, 1 in the bathroom and the other in the room.
@decoenthusiaste thank you for the pics, I was thinking about white with black accessories or little items, a black n white combination, a more modern style
    Bookmark   December 25, 2012 at 10:20AM
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