Plan your bedroom space
A successful room is the result of planning space. Use your list to ensure all of the furniture will fit without cramming it in.
You can survey the room or have it done by a professional. Whichever way you choose to proceed, the survey needs to be detailed, showing every measurement around the room: ceiling and window heights, wall heights and widths and their types of construction, radiator and heater positions, light switches and fittings, electrical power point positions, plus anything that could possibly affect the design process. Once the survey has been completed and a scale drawing prepared, the design on paper or by a computer program can commence.
Setting out what goes where will be governed by the size of the items that need to be fit in the room. You need to decide where to ideally place and orient the bed, the closets, chest of drawers, and any other items from your dream bedroom wish list.
Think about the first thing you see when you enter the room, because it is this that makes the impression. This is a major point to consider when allocating space. For instance, it would not be wise to have a tall, blank end-of-a-closet unit directly in view because that would make the room feel small and dark. It is better to first see a focal point, maybe the bed or a view of the outside.