Windows in bedroom are great, but sometimes they’re placed right where you want to put your bed and it leaves you wondering “now where should I put my bed?”, especially if you’ve invested in some gorgeous window accessories like these custom blinds for denver, that you want to show off. I’m here to tell you not to fret, you can put your bed in front of a window or a set of windows if you want to or need to. You can also put your nightstands in front of a window. Windows shouldn’t dictate how you lay out your bedroom. Below are some examples of how to place your bed in front of windows.
You can place the bed partially in front of the window, with your nightstands in front of the rest. In this image, they opted for roman blinds instead of curtains, which would be a little more difficult to use with this positioning.
Image: Studio McGee
In this layout, the bed had enough room between the two windows to fit, but the nightstands are placed in front of the windows. In this layout they are able to use drapes as well as blinds, although I think the drapes may be more for design than functionality. That doesn’t mean to say you can’t find different Window Treatments that can be a beautiful design and be perfectly functional too! All it takes is some time researching into what you’re looking for, for the right price!
Image: Studio McGee
This room has windows on both walls, so they had to incorporate them into the layout. Here they place the bed directly in front of the window with a large headboard and use drapes to soften the window. This definitely creates a focal point. Depending on your taste, you may find that you prefer to have window blinds rather than drapes covering your windows instead and that is fine too. Sometimes you may be limited to the types of window coverings you can use so it is important that you get a feel for your options.
Image: El Peterson Design
Here we have another example of placing your bed directly in front of the window. Once again they’ve used the drapes to frame the window around the bed.
Image: Alice Lane Home
So remember, just because there’s a window or two where you want to put your bed, doesn’t mean you can’t put it there. Embrace the windows and use them to create a beautifully designed bedroom.