Bedroom Seating Ideas
With so much happening in the house, your bedroom is a sanctuary and a peaceful place. It’s sort of like the “weekend” of your home—the room you’re going to unwind in at the end of your working day. There are a lot of ways to make a seating area in your bedroom! You’re going to want to think about what your needs and expectations are, the shape and size of your space, how you can use the home furniture that you already own, and other considerations to come up with a design strategy for your bedroom.
1. Seating for Two With a View
This kind of seating area looks relaxed and lounge-like—a perfect concept for spaces that can fit in bigger furniture. The setup is the best spot to drink your morning coffee, read a book or just sit in the sunshine.
2. Cozy and Compact
It makes a comfortable seating area even though there isn’t a lot of space here—and with a bookcase, it creates a nice reading nook. There are also extra seats at the foot of the bunk, and the footstools could be used to arrange blankets, put on your shoes, or put up your legs when you’re reading!
3. Simple and Streamlined
This master bedroom has a long bench for a lounge area at the bed end. It provides a polishing effect which manages to make the bed appear finished as there is no footboard. The bench doesn’t take up a lot of space and can be used to spread out the sheets or to hold the covers and throw-pillows.
4. A Place to Read
The lounge idea is perfect for reading and relaxing in the master bedroom. It doesn’t take up a lot of space, and it’s perfect for a smaller bedroom where you want another seating option.
5. Bedside Manners
This elegant bedroom seating design includes a martini table and a bedside chair. It offers a spot to sit down, drink coffee or tea, and get absorbed in a wonderful book. This is a really sophisticated look and blends with the whole style of the master bedroom.
6. Up On A Throne
This master bedroom sitting concept is enjoyable and efficient! The bedroom is turned into a sleek, multifunctional space by adding a shelf. Space may be used as a work space or vanity, but it doesn’t take up about as much space as a complete piece of furniture.
7. Tucked Away
This kind of seating area is perfect if you want to make use of a clumsy nook or odd space in your master bedroom! It’s not going to act as a lazy reading nook, but it’s a casual, practical and economical way to connect a desk/vanity to a smaller bedroom!
8. End-Of-The-Bed Sofa
Please remember that this concept takes up more room and may not be as versatile as a chair. However, it provides ample seating space for two, blends right into the elegant theme, and makes excellent use of the long bedroom area.
9. Bench with a View
This is the best way to set up a usable seating space. It provides a lot of surface seating which can be more versatile and less pricey than a chair. While it’s not furniture that you could always lean back on or lounge/read, it’s a comfortable and space-saving addition.
10. Loveseat Oasis
You probably need additional floor space to make the setup work. It provides enough seating for 1-2 people if you have enough space to make sure the bed isn’t crowded. A love seat adds warmth and makes the master bedroom more of a multipurpose space.
11. The Corner Nook
This retro reading nook can seat only one, and it isn’t the perfect option for couples—but if you only need one nightstand and one chair, it’s the ideal setup.
12. One Pouf, Two Pouf
Getting two poufs incompatible designs but entirely different looks is a perfect way to add personality to a neutral color scheme, or a minimalist style bedroom. They’re incredibly versatile, and you can transfer them around everywhere you need them.
13. Solo Seating
Solo seating is practical for people who have an occasional desire to sit down or put things down. It’s somewhat more of an artistic attribute because it’s not very efficient like a lounge chair.
14. Chaise Style
This wide chair is the ultimate lazy lounge spot. Remember that this is a huge piece of furniture which takes up substantial space. It’s only a one-seater, but if you have dogs or kids that want to snuggle with you when you’re reading or enjoying your morning coffee, it’s a perfect option.
15. Formal Proportions
The two comfortable and modern chairs match in proportion to the width of the room, providing a wonderful place for two people to sit down and talk or relax. It’s perfect for small and medium bedrooms, since the chairs don’t take up a lot of space. It looks plush and cozy, but the symmetry makes it formal and elegant so that it can fit into a range of designs!
16. Bay Windows For Two
This arrangement provides a more private bedroom seating area that’s perfect for intimate conversation, reading, or just relaxing in the sunshine!
17. Nightstand Seating
This look is a brilliant idea to optimize floor space, as it allows seats to be tucked up under the desk. It’s a trendy, casual and compact sitting environment.
18. Elevated Bench
As a sitting area, it’s much more relaxed and formal than a traditional bench. It’s a perfect idea to sit quietly at the end of the bed, appearing casual but yet providing an elegant and refined look to the place. The pouf provides a spot to put your feet up. You can even use it as a side table.
19. Rest and Retreat
If you’ve a lot of spare space in your apartment, try these big upholstered armchairs. They provide seats for two, so each person has a big chair to kick back and get cozy in. This style of sitting is extremely soft and soothing, as long as you have space for furniture parts like this.
20. Trendy Side Chair
You can add a single dining chair next to your nightstand for a simple, understated reading nook if you really need to maximize space in your master bedroom.