By Josse Alexandrie. Bedroom. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 18:59:51 PM.
Large pieces of furniture can make an already modest room feel even smaller, but in the case of built-in storage, a fantastic sense of perceived space can actually be created, when mirror wardrobe doors are chosen.
Clutter will find a way to infiltrate our lives, unless we resort to clever measures to keep it at bay. But don’t think that this is only true of the ‘working’ and ‘socialising’ areas in our homes, like the kitchen and living room, for the bedroom has also been known to become quite messy if one’s not careful.
Who said that your bedside tables needed to be identical? In moving away from the norm, this enchanting example ensures a bit of character, plus unique style, by having two pieces that are clearly not the same.
We love the way that every inch of space has been put to good use, with awkward little niches being turned into storage cubby holes and shelving areas, but there is an extra nuance of genius at work here, in the sense of proving that in terms of built-in wardrobes, doors are not essential. Negating doors can actually lead to a wonderfully organic and easy to navigate wardrobe area that benefits from great light flow.
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