"A nice carpet can be an amazingly powerful complement to any home decor. This detail can have a huge impact on the overall impression of a room. Moreover, a carpet is a great tool to create separate units in a room's interior design that interact with one another. Therefore, adding a carpet under the bed can be a beautiful option.
There is a wide selection of different carpets available if you want to create a relaxed and cozy environment around your bed. When you want to buy a new carpet for your bedroom, make sure to consider the size of the room and the size of the bed. So, choose the size keeping in mind how the carpet will match the dimensions of your bed and bedroom.
SIZE OF A CARPET UNDER THE BED
To ensure a good and balanced result, you can follow a few basic guidelines. If your bedroom is spacious, you can get a nice visual impact by placing the entire bed on the carpet. This requires a very large carpet and you may want to customize it. This way, with some extra consideration, you can achieve an incredibly stylish, luxurious and well-planned result. In addition, you can place nightstands or other accessories on the carpet, making it part of the overall bed unit.
FRAME YOUR BED
The idea is for the carpet to frame the bed. Therefore, the carpet should protrude nicely around the edge of the bed. A 60 cm measurement around the edge of the bed may be optimal. As a rule, you should be able to walk around the bed without having to walk on the edge of the carpet. Depending on whether you have bedside tables on either side of the bed, it may be a good idea to allow the width of the table to fit on the carpet. This way you can create delicate and stylish contours. If you have a small bedroom you can use a standard size carpet and place it 2/3 under the bed. A great way to compromise so you don't need a full-size carpet. However, keep in mind that the carpet should protrude and frame the bed generously, especially on the longer sides and the lower short side.
CARPET NEXT TO THE BED
Placing a carpet next to the bed can be a convenient option for small spaces. Here symmetry is important and a carpet should be placed on either side of the bed. This can create the impression of a sophisticated and luxurious hotel.
If you have a small bedroom or if your bed is against one of the walls, a smaller carpet can add a nice character to the room. In this case, the carpet should be placed underneath one long side of the bed so that the feet stand a little bit in on the carpet. A round rug next to the bed may also be useful.
Since the rug in the bedroom is not particularly prone to wear and tear, you can choose a material that is more delicate and requires gentler use. It's popular to use bedroom rugs with an unusual texture that may not work well in other more frequented rooms. In the bedroom, you have a chance to let your imagination flow and express your personal style. With an unusual rug, you can elevate the bedroom and achieve an interesting atmosphere that can also provide you with peace and a relaxed experience."