The addition of a couch is a nice touch in a bedroom, providing somewhere to read and relax or a spot to enjoy a drink. These bedrooms with a couch offer an insight into potential layouts.
Master Bedroom and Sitting Room
This bedroom features a large bed in the center of the room, with a sofa and armchair positioned underneath the window, along with a small coffee table.
This is an ideal layout if you have plenty of space and like to enjoy a morning coffee in your bedroom while you gradually get ready to face the day. The sofa and coffee table could also be utilized for morning snack breaks or to enjoy a cup of hot cocoa before getting into bed in the evening.
This bedroom layout includes a sofa that faces the bed. This provides a comfortable spot to read a book or to lounge on the couch and watch the TV, which has been fixed to the side wall.
The sofa in this room has an antique feel which really helps to define the style of the bedroom. The addition of a coffee table in front of the sofa also makes it more functional.
Comfortable Bed and Breakfast Room
There is a chaise lounge in the corner of this bedroom which makes for a nice relaxing spot to sit back and enjoy a book or to take an afternoon nap.
The breakfast tray on the foot of the chaise lounge indicates that this space could be used to sit and eat a meal. This would work as a great layout in a hotel room or in a guest bedroom where you want your guest to feel truly relaxed and at ease.
Large Bedroom Suite
In a room that is as spacious as the one pictured here, it makes sense that at least one couch would be added to the layout to help the space feel more comfortable and lived in.
Without the addition of more furniture, a bedroom this big would feel more like a vacant hall and would have an uninviting atmosphere. A couch with a footstool has been positioned at one end of the bedroom, along with an armchair. The lounge area of the bedroom has been defined by a rug on top of which the armchair and sofa are situated.
Angular Bedroom with Couch
This bedroom takes an unusual shape, with one end coming to an angular point. Rather than try to hide this aspect, a corner sofa has helped to make a feature out of it. The sectional sofa fits perfectly into the corner angle of the room and provides a comfortable place to relax and enjoy the views from the nearby windows.
Large Attic Bedroom Layout
Using an attic space as a bedroom can be awkward when it comes to positioning furniture because you will be restricted by the sloping ceilings. Putting a couch into a corner of the room where the ceilings are low is a good idea because high head space is not required when sitting down.
This means that taller pieces of furniture, such as wardrobes or chests of drawers, can be installed along the middle of the side walls where ceilings are typically higher. The couch in this layout has been angled at a corner to invite it into the space rather than have it pushed up against a wall.
Luxury Master Suite with Sofa
This bedroom enjoys a generous amount of space, which has allowed the layout to incorporate a seating area with a sofa and a coffee table. The sofa has been chosen in a color that matches the wall paint, which helps it to blend seamlessly into the space and ensure it isn’t dominating the room.
The sofa and coffee table provide a useful space that could be used for relaxing or even for working. The neutral shades of all of the furniture in this room help to tie it all together and create a cohesive design.
Traditional Master Suite
The bedroom pictured in this image features a large bed and a doorway that leads through to an en-suite. The bed is the dominant piece of furniture in the room, but the couch and loveseat are also commanding attention due to the fact that they have been chosen in a bold color, which contrasts with the rest of the decor in the room.
To decorate a master suite of this size, it is appropriate to include a seating area to help furnish the room and also to make it more functional for the users.
Stylish Bedroom with Sofa
This large bedroom has been tastefully furnished in neutral colors and benefits from several windows and glass doors so that natural light bathes the space. As this room is long and narrow, the seating area has been positioned at the far end of the room facing the bed, making the most of the space.
A large sectional couch occupies the corner of the room, creating a casual space for relaxing. The matching coffee table adds practicality, offering a surface to put down a drink or a book. The dark brown color of the couch ties into the dark brown of the wooden floor to help it blend in, while the leather texture helps to ensure the room isn’t flat.
Long and Narrow Bedroom with Couch
A bedroom that is long and narrow may initially seem difficult to furnish, but actually, it is ideal for splitting into two smaller sections; one end of the room for the bed and one end for a lounging area.
In this room, the sitting portion of the room has been defined by an area rug, which highlights the different uses of space. A coffee table along with an armchair further accentuates the purpose of this end of the room.
Luxury Bedroom with Corner Fireplace
The corner fireplace in this bedroom is the focal point, and this is accentuated by the fact that it is positioned in the middle of a sofa and a bed.
The sofa is in the style of a chaise lounge, which means it has pillows and backrests at only one end, encouraging the user to lie down and relax rather than sit upright. This is an ideal addition to this bedroom because it works with the relaxing and soothing style of the space. The position of the couch in front of the window means the views can be enjoyed while resting on the couch.
Cozy Bedroom with Small Couch
This bedroom features a small couch which has been positioned at the foot of the bed. This is a clever positioning for a couch if you are short on wall space around the perimeter of the room but still want somewhere to sit and relax.
The couch is placed where an ottoman may ordinarily go but offers the benefit of being more comfortable to sit on than an ottoman. If you want to replicate this look, ensure the couch is not wider than the bed so that the bed is still the dominant piece of furniture in the bedroom.