Whether you are designing the perfect guest bedroom for your young daughter or son’s family to visit or you want to be able to rent out the furnished room, you can’t go wrong with adding bedroom loveseats in your guest bedroom. Not only do they serve some creative purposes, they can also give your guests a spot for another sleeper in the room, such as a child or grandchild.
Here are some creative ways you can use a loveseat in your guest bedroom and provide more sleeping space.
Place at end of bed instead of a bedroom bench or trunk
A storage bedroom bench or trunk is a traditional piece for a guest bedroom, and offers the added bonus of a place to store spare linens, blankets, and pillows. But a sofa at the end of the bed is much more practical. When you put a loveseat at the end of the bed, it still aids in dressing, but it also gives your guests a place to sit back and relax with a book or their devices for some private downtime without the need to be laying in bed.
Put a media chest on the opposite wall
You might not want to spend a lot of money on an entertainment center for your guest bedrooms, but they are a good place to send your televisions, gaming consoles, and other media devices when you are ready to upgrade your own personal media centers.
You can easily find bedroom sets for a guest bedroom that include a media chest that can house these entertainment features. Placing it across from the bed and loveseat gives them different ways to use the media center.
Spare sleeping space
If you have the room in the guest bedroom for the bed to fold out, you can get bedroom loveseat that convert into small sleeper sofas to provide additional sleeping quarters. A loveseat by itself is a suitable place for most children to sleep, but if you want to list it as a bed for renting out the room you’ll need to have a sleeper option. Sofas of themselves don’t count as beds for those listings.
Place near a large window for a cozy reading nook
Do you want to give your guests even more options to retreat while visiting? Place a bedroom loveseat against or overlooking a large window with a small shelf to hold a few popular books. You can use this opportunity to recommend books that you have recently enjoyed as well. It is a bonus if your guest’s window overlooks a beautiful garden or fence line. These are relatively inexpensive and quick home improvement products.
The bottom line
Whether you just want to have an excuse to buy that cute loveseat you came across or you want to be able to make use of a loveseat that comes with your living room set, placing a loveseat in the bedroom has some definite advantages. Other places you might consider putting a loveseat is the master bedroom or the nursery. In the nursery, the loveseat sleeper offers another solution of parents to stay close during illness.