By Guenievre Celeste. Bedroom. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 11:44:12 AM.
Large pieces of furniture can make an already modest room feel even smaller, but in the case of built-in storage, a fantastic sense of perceived space can actually be created, when mirror wardrobe doors are chosen.
No need to save space for that table lamp? In this case, the bedroom’s lighting factor is taken care of by the wall sconces, meaning those bedside tables are free to be so much more than mere nightstands.
Here, a simple floor to ceiling built-in cupboard looks great and does a magnificent job of hiding all the clothing away, out of sight. This, in turn, leads to the bed being the rightful focal point of the room.
Just as it is easy to buy designer furniture, a high-end built-in wardrobe isn't hard to come by and for a truly incredible bedroom design, it's an investment worth making. The secret is to choose some elements that really elevate not only the practicality but also the finished aesthetic of the installation.
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