By Jesse Mathieu. Bedroom. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 20:31:47 PM.
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.
What we particularly love about this picture is that a dividing wall has been turned into a suitable clothing storage area, as well as adding in a beautiful accent colour that adds so much dynamic design flair to the room as a whole. From the bed side of the space, no clothing can be seen, but spin around to the reverse and there's a shelf or rail for absolutely everything. So stylish and modern, this is a great option for anyone that thinks built-in wardrobes are a little old fashioned.
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.
While central and main light fixtures aren't usually key bedroom mood lighting installations, it's not a good idea to negate a properly functional and practical installation, in the centre of the ceiling. It's interesting how some people prefer to keep this understated and simple, in favour of potentially more interesting elements elsewhere, while others go the whole hog and invest in crystal chandeliers or striking fixtures that resemble art pieces. Either way, as long as the lighting is bright, steady and helpful, there really isn't a wrong way to go about things.
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