By Guenievre Celeste. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, January 13th, 2018 - 07:49:10 AM.
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.
A mixing and matching of shapes can be too busy if you’re not careful, or it can ensure some character for the room, as shown here. So don’t feel like you need to stick to the done-to-death square shapes of tables.
When it comes to installing the best bedroom lighting, there has to be consideration given to the simplest, cheapest and most effective style of illumination; natural light! Whether this means replacing outdated window dressings with sheer, gauzy drapes in summer or even negating them altogether (if there are no neighbours to worry about), maximising the light flow into a bedroom will allow for a far more understated style of rejuvenation, not to mention better sleeping habits.
Even a full wall of cabinets can look diminutive and dainty, when mirrored door panels are brought into play, as the reflection of the wider room will create the illusion of a very generous space indeed and there's an extra bonus to consider, when thinking about mirrored panels; there'll be no need to a separate freestanding mirror.
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