By Josse Alexandrie. Bedroom. Published at Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 03:32:21 AM.
Who says they’re only good for firewood? These old crates are casual, cool and bring in a rustic/vintage touch. And let’s not overlook the fact that their dark hues become quite prominent in this otherwise light-toned bedroom.
Speaking of using one piece for something else, ever thought of giving an old, unused chair a second chance in life by turning it into a bedside table? In the spirit of double duty, the chairs can also be cleared off and moved to the dining area should extra guests arrive.
Built-in wardrobes can be created absolutely anywhere and in large bedrooms, this is particularly useful, as a floating wall can be added in to not only divide the space, but also create a handy wardrobe area.
Ask any interior designer and they will freely divulge that a bedroom that's free and clear of regular clutter and discarded clothing will not only look wonderful, but also create a sense of rest and relaxation that is so critical to any sleeping area, which is why built-in wardrobes are such a terrific installation. Though freestanding options can be utterly beguiling and charming, especially the more antique styles, they require a significant sacrifice of floor space, while built-in options offer a more streamlined and sleek finish. What's more, given the bespoke nature of built-in wardrobes, they can be made to fit absolutely any space and align with any design aesthetic.
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