Right, our bedroom is rubbish at the moment but we are tackling it now. The house is a Victorian end terrace. The room is relatively small for a master bedroom.
Currently, across the long wall are those awful awful sliding mirrored panels on a runner (previous owners were kings of the botch job), this currently goes across the chimney breast (no fireplace or anything) with a gap of about 4 inches dead space. Our bed is currently pushed up to the other wall because it doesn't quite fit the other way round IYSWIM, the head and foot ends curve slightly at the top so we'd have to shuffle round it and get permanently bruised hips.
Still with me? I've had someone round from Sharps to design a wardrobe and he suggested a corner wardrobe going round the corner from the window into one of the alcoves. I think this is a pretty good idea, and I think if we replaced the bed to one with completely vertical head and footboards, or with no footboard, this would give us about 67cm of space between the end of the bed and the chimney breast. Is this too small do you think, or is this a pretty good solution?
The design of the wardrobe would give us more hanging space than we currently have, would look a million times nicer and free up the other alcove for bookshelves etc. The price is pretty good too but I have to decide by Sunday and am in a quandry!