We purchased an apartment in France. The main bedroom has a triangular shape and we are finding it a bit difficult to decide how to lay out the room. The room is very bright with three large windows opening inward; the apartment overlooks a park. The ceilings are high and the room is nice and bright.
We could fit the bed perfectly between the two windows, with end tables under the window on each side. Some concerns with this would be that it would be a bit inconvenient to open the windows without first moving the bed table lamps. Also waking up you see a wall, instead of the view outside.
Finally it might be more difficult to add a small desk table in the room with a computer, which might be a nice feature (the apartment is small so not easy to find a desk spot otherwise.)
The other layout puts the bed on the wall opposite the windows. As the wall is currently two depths we would have to continue the wall for approx. 3 feet to create a flat even surface for the bed and two end tables.
We are concerned that if we put the bed on the long wall across from the windows as opposed to the straight wall with the windows the room might not be harmonious.
Sorry for the triple post , but I kept mucking up the downloads!