words to talk about your bedroom.

September 8, 2022 8:47 PM
Your bedroom is your sanctuary, your personal space to relax and unwind. It should be a reflection of your style and personality.

A place where you can feel comfortable and at ease. When it comes to talking about your bedroom, there are a few key words that you should use to describe it.


Here are some words to talk about your bedroom:

Comfortable: Your bedroom should be a comfortable place where you can relax and unwind. It should be a space that feels safe and warm, and where you can escape the outside world.

Cozy: A cozy bedroom is one that is inviting and comfortable. It should be a space where you can curl up with a good book or take a nap.

Calming: A calming bedroom is one that is peaceful and serene. It should be a space where you can unwind and de-stress.

Reflective: A reflective bedroom is one that reflects your personal style and taste. It should be a space where you can feel proud of your décor and where you can show off your personality.

Attic — A room at the highest part of a house, below the roof (see below).

Bathroom — Any room with a toilet and sink.

It’s weird, but not all bathrooms have a place where you can take a bath! A bathroom might also be called a restroom or washroom.

Basement — A level below the ground level of a house.

The basement is the whole underground space. It might be one big room or a group of smaller rooms.

Bedroom — Where the bed is, of course!

In a lot of houses, bedrooms are upstairs (on a level above the ground floor).

Den — A room with comfortable furniture for relaxing.

A den is like a living room (see below), but less fancy and more private.

Dining room — The room where meals are eaten.

Driveway — The short “road” next to a house where you can park a car or drive it into the garage.

Garage — The building where you keep a car.

You can use the word garage whether or not this building connects to the house.

Hall — A hall or hallway is the narrow (small, thin) space that connects rooms.

Kitchen — The room where you store and prepare food.

Living room — A living room is a room for relaxing or entertaining guests.

In English-speaking countries, this room is often located toward the front of the house. In the U.K., it’s sometimes called the sitting room.

Porch — A covered outdoor space.

A porch can be at the front, back or side of a house.

Sometimes porches will be less like open spaces and more like rooms with lots of screened windows (that let air in but keep bugs out!).

Roof — The covering on the top of a house.

Roofs come in different shapes and styles, but the most common kind in the U.S. and the U.K. (and a lot of other places) is a gable roof. A gable roof has two flat surfaces that tilt up and come together, making a triangle. The space under the roof in this triangle area is usually where the attic is.

Stairs/stairway — The set of steps that connect different levels of a house.

Yard — The outdoor area at the front, back or side of a house.

In the U.K., people call a yard a garden. In the U.S., a garden is a part of a yard for growing plants, like flowers or vegetables.

As you can see, many parts of the house have two different names. For example, a yard can be a garden. A living room can be a den.


These are just a few words to describe your bedroom. Use them to help you create the perfect space for you. You can also download our app from the playstore or visit our website.