Furniture is an essential feature of a guestroom. It gives the room its sturdy and compact look, and ensures the overall comfort of our guests. You can choose wall-hung or standalone furniture.
When choosing the furniture for a guestroom, it is important to consider the type of furniture that would be the best fit, depending on the shape of the room, your budget, expected type of guests, and more.
Hence, in this article, we would be looking at the type of guestroom furniture you should prefer. Here are the things we would cover:
- Types of guestroom furniture
- Furniture products
- Installation methods
- Functions of the usage
Types of Guestroom Furniture
There are different types of guestroom furniture, including Wall-hung and Standalone furniture. Wall-hung furniture is mounted to the walls of your guestroom; it offers a unique sleek design to your guestroom whilst saving space too. On the other hand, standalone furniture — as the name implies — is a piece of freestanding furniture that offers additional benefits of elegance and ease of logistics. While the wall-hung furniture is firmly fitted to the walls to ensure your safety, the standalone furniture can easily fall off when mistakenly pushed — especially a furniture that has a high center of gravity.
Several furniture products are designed for the guestroom. The type of furniture products for your guestroom may vary depending on your choice and needs. However, the basic and most essential guestroom furniture includes the following: bedhead, light stand, writing desk, door, tv unit, media console, and more. These products are designed with the safety, comfort, and satisfaction of the guests in mind.
Installing guestroom furniture can be quite a demanding task but the installation method chosen should be dependent on the type of guestroom furniture you prefer. Always ensure you get a specialist to help you install pieces of wall-hung furniture, such as tv unit, media console, and more. Installing wall-hung furniture requires extra care and caution as the mode of the installation determines the safety of the furniture. When installing the standalone furniture — bedhead, light stand, writing desk, and more — the shape and size of the guestroom should be taken into consideration since the standalone furniture is not as space-saving as the wall-hung furniture. Some other pieces of furniture, such as the cupboard and wardrobe, can be installed using both wall-mounted and standalone installation methods.