To choose the best bedroom furniture, set a generous budget if it is for the master bedroom. Consider the style of key pieces, such as headboards and dressers. If the desired style is uncertain, Ikea showrooms display complete environments to inspire shoppers.
When shopping for bedroom furniture, consider how much space is available in light of the room layout, doors and windows. If the room is small, consider Ikea beds with built-in drawers for clothes. For a small room, Ikea has loft beds, which can accommodate a chair and small desk beneath, and day beds, which double as seating. If the room lacks a closet, Ikea has a variety of wardrobes, such as the Pax system, in light or dark finishes, that can be added to as needed. If a wardrobe is needed, Ikea has an online wardrobe planner, which lets shoppers design their own bedroom and try different wardrobes to suit their spaces online.
If the room is large, lighting may be a consideration. Most people want small lights near the bed, and Ikea has nightstand lights, area lights and pot lights for wardrobe interiors. Ikea also has a 90-day policy that allows shoppers to try mattresses for three months, and exchange it if they do not love it.