What's the floor material, wood vinyl or some other material?
...Oh never mind >>4778
>also still need to get a bedframe
Well unless your an ultra minimalist life style wise or you've just got a big closet, no even still if you can help it I'd recommend getting a bed frame with built in drawers but if you've already made up your mind on one then get some hand made wood or woven baskets to put under them.
You should also be wary of plywood bed frames, especially ones lined with fake wood textures made of vinyl because that caca inevitably starts peel off. Get a solid wood or steel bed frame instead.
Given I guess you've chosen to put some chair/couch thing in front of the of the bathroom door I guess a bed side table even a small one is out of the question? I'd recommend getting some wall mounted shelves and what not for openly storing books or a lamp or whatever instead.
Also get a wall mount for your choice of sword autism, because it be kinda cool.
Avoid IKEA caca, it's not built to last and your caca will either be sagging or peeling just after a few months. rescues some sturdy antiques instead if you can find what you need so long as they aren't painted with lead, hell even caca from Walmart is superior than caca from IKEA for whatever reason, I've got a handy down coffee table made in Vietnam that my uncle got from Walmart and it's still kicking just fine I'll be it a little dinged up from moving it but that's fine since I use it in my garage.
>My opinion : add some green plants. Period.
I'll add to this, fresh air is great but if you haven't got a green thumb go with specifically small succulents and a money tree since all you have to do for those is give them a ice cube once a week and ensure they've got enough sunlight. If you can't handle that then just stick with a single cactus and flick a few drops of water unto it once in a while.
Also eventually you'll need to re-pot said plants since the roots will want to expand, make sure you only go for soil made specifically for succulents, money tree's are a little less picky but given you live in a little micro apartment or whatever I doubt you'll be composting your own soil anytime soon.
Or at least I think that's an apartment anyway but for all I know it could be a mini house out in the middle of nowhere where no one will give a quack about your drum of leaf and potato peels filled with earth warms with holes drilled on the bottom. that's suspended off the ground with 3 or 5 bricks.
Yes that last part is berry specific, I used to do that back when I lived in farm country/fly over land which I intend to move back into but I'm currently renting for a few reasons but mostly to be close to some family and my current job.