bedroom furniture. Sunday , June 18th , 2017 - 03:07:16 AM
The first step towards making a game room is carefully examining the room. If you already have furniture in the room, you will need to give some thought as to what to do with it. In some cases, you might be able to re-purpose the bedroom furniture items so that you can continue to utilize them in your new game room. However, some furniture pieces will probably need to be removed entirely, such as the bed itself. In some cases, you might want to simply store these items in case you need them in the future. You could also donate them to charity or even sell them in a garage sale or on an online auction site. Once the room is cleared out, examine the walls and the floor. If the room could use a fresh coat of paint, it can be easier to get the job done before you start adding new furniture to the room. Adding a colorful coat of paint can really help to transform an old bedroom into a fun new game room.
1. If you're in the process of shopping for new bedding, I would strongly suggest that you purchase the coordinating window treatments as well. Most often, the retail stores do carry coordinating accessories with their assortment of bedding - so if you've already found the pattern that you like, it's easy to just purchase the whole set. You can always get more information on ready-made curtains at .
Pointed edges from furniture, head boards or anything in the room that is pointing toward you as you sleep are referred to as "poison arrows".
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