By Josse Alexandrie. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, March 24th, 2018 - 11:58:50 AM.
We've already seen an open-sided wardrobe that has been built into a freestanding wall, but here, a closed-door version demonstrates how beautiful, practical and effective a more traditional style can be.
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.
With main lighting in place, it's time to think about what interior designers refer to as 'layered lighting' options. Essentially, what this means is having a number of different ways to add a little practicality or even ambience, so when bright ceiling lights will be a little too much, task lighting comes into its own.
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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