By Guenievre Celeste. Bedroom. Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 09:31:57 AM.
However, far too many people worldwide see this furniture piece as nothing more than a simple landing pad; a place of rest for a night lamp, a book or two, and clock/cellular phone, etc. Why is this such an interior design sin? Because they don’t seem to realise that a bedside table, in addition to helping with storage, has the power to introduce a world of style into even the most boring bedroom.
With main lighting in place, it's time to think about what interior designers refer to as 'layered lighting' options. Essentially, what this means is having a number of different ways to add a little practicality or even ambience, so when bright ceiling lights will be a little too much, task lighting comes into its own.
Housing a fireplace on one side, to draft some period features into play and a large closet on the reverse, the dividing wall here is performing double, if not triple, duty perfectly. A great way to break up a large space, while accounting for all items of clothing and looking decorative, this is a built-in wardrobe design that will never go out of style and having been painted white, it has a very stoic and classic aesthetic, making it perfect for modern or classic homes alike.
While bedside lamps were once a staple in almost every bedroom, modern trends are seeing pendulum lights and clusters of bulbs, as seen here, really taking off in terms of popularity. Fitted either side of a bed, the visual impact is quite something.
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