All You Need to Know About Bedroom

Do you have any idea what a duvet is? Do you know the difference between a bedside table and a dressing table? Can you tell me what a stool is? You may think you have already known all you need to know about bedroom, but there is a big chance you don’t.
There are times when you know what you’re talking about or pointing on, but you don’t know its name. And there are times when you’ve heard of a name a lot, but you have no clue what it actually is.

A bedroom is a room of a house where people sleep. A typical bedroom contains as bedroom furniture one or two beds, a clothes closet (wardrobe), a nightstand, a dresser (dressing table), etc.

The picture below shows all you need to know about bedroom.

all you need to know about bedroom



Use this table to find what you want to know about bedroom. Use this search box to find anything specifically.

bedside tablea small table beside a bed.
bottom sheeta large piece of thin cloth used on a bed to lie on or lie under.
built-in/fitted wardrobea large cupboard for hanging clothes in which is either a piece of furniture or (in British English) built into the wall.
chest of drawers(North American English also bureau, dresser) a piece of furniture with drawers for keeping clothes in.
clock radioa clock combined with a radio that can be set to come on at a particular time in order to wake somebody up.
double beda piece of furniture for sleeping on
drawera part of a piece of furniture such as a desk, used for keeping things in. It is shaped like a box and has a handle on the front for pulling it out.
dressing table(also vanity table, North American English also vanity) a piece of bedroom furniture like a table with drawers and a mirror on top.
duveta large cloth bag that is filled with feathers or other soft material and that you have on top of you in bed to keep yourself warm.
en-suite(taken from French)a bathroom that is joined onto a bedroom and for use only by people in that bedroom.
fitted carpeta carpet that is cut and fixed to cover the floor of a room completely
full-length mirror!ERROR! unexpected comma
hangera curved piece of wood, plastic or wire, with a hook at the top, that you use to hang clothes up on.
headboardthe vertical board at the end of a bed where you put your head.
mirrora piece of special flat glass that reflects images, so that you can see yourself when you look in it.
pillowa square or rectangular piece of cloth filled with soft material, used to rest your head on in bed.
pillowcasea cloth cover for a pillow, that can be removed
raila bar fixed to the wall for hanging things on.
ruga piece of thick material like a small carpet that is used for covering or decorating part of a floor.
stoola seat with legs but with nothing to support your back or arms.


And many more things related to the bedroom or something like that, as shown in the picture below:

So many more items that you can find in a bedroom

Bedroom – 1


  • air bed → (also air mattress North American English, British English) a large plastic or rubber bag that can be filled with air and used as a bed.
  • bunk beds → one of two beds that are fixed together, one above the other, especially for children.
  • camp bed → a light narrow bed that you can fold up and carry easily.
  • cot → (North American English crib) a small bed with high sides for a baby or young child.
  • cradle → a small bed for a baby which can be pushed gently from side to side.
  • divan → a bed with a thick base and a mattress.
  • four-post bed → a large bed with a tall post at each of the four corners, a cover over the top and curtains around the sides.
  • futon → a Japanese mattress, often on a wooden frame, that can be used for sitting on or rolled out to make a bed.
  • hammock → a type of bed made from a net or from a piece of strong material, with ropes at each end that are used to hang it between two trees, posts, etc.
  • single bed → a bed big enough for one person.
  • sofa bed → a sofa that can be folded out to form a bed.
  • travel cot → special small bed with high sides for a baby or young child, that can be moved around easily, used when travelling.


So, I hope that by reading this – examining that picture especially – helped you to figure out all you need to know about bedroom.


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