If you find yourself in one of these two situations, then you might want to consider replacing your current bedroom suite.
Your partner has moved into your home
If your partner has moved into your home, then it might be necessary to get rid of the furniture that is currently in your bedroom and replace it with a more suitable suite. There are a few reasons why you might need to take this step. Firstly, if you want your partner to feel completely at home in your property, you may want to pick a new bedroom suite that suits their personal tastes, as well as your own.
For example, if the furniture in your bedroom is stereotypically feminine, with floral engravings on the wooden dresser and a pastel pink headboard on the bed, but your partner tends to prefer bedroom suites that look more modern and neutral, then it might be a good idea to replace your current suite with one which is less overtly 'girly' in its appearance.
You can always reintroduce some softer, more feminine pieces into this room by, for example, using pretty bedding or hanging some floral paintings above the bed. This will increase the chances of your partner feeling comfortable and happy in this area of the property whilst still allowing you to express your preference for feminine decor.
You want to use this area of your home as more than just a bedroom
If you want your bedroom to be multifunctional, then it might be necessary to remove the existing furniture from it and replace it with a suite that will enable you to achieve this aim. For example, if you have taken up yoga, you will need a few metres of space somewhere in your home to practice, as a lot of yoga poses involve stretching out the limbs as far as possible.
If you live in a small house, where there is no space in the living room or kitchen to practice your poses, then it might be worth replacing your bedroom furniture with a smaller set so that you can do your exercise in this area of your property.
For instance, by replacing your current king-size bed with a small double bed and replacing your bulky bedside table with a narrower one, you may be able to create enough space in your bedroom for you to easily stretch without hitting your limbs against nearby furniture or knocking over nearby items.Share