By Roger Claudine. Bedroom. Published at Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 07:05:07 AM.
Who knew a few vintage suitcases stacked atop one another could make such a spectacular bedside table? The great thing about trying this at home is that the height can be varied by adding or subtracting pieces, and the luggage can also double as storage for infrequently used items.
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.
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.
This attic conversion has produced the most incredible bedroom, complete with all the requisite lighting options, thanks to ceiling lights, task lamps and particularly effective skylights. There are even large candles as well, as accent lighting options, but there is still a wonderfully minimalist and chic vibe. The proof of the pudding really is in the eating and this bedroom proves that layered lighting is design is delicious.
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