By Josse Alexandrie. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, March 24th, 2018 - 11:58:50 AM.
Not all wardrobe designs need to be an exercise in clever engineering, as a simple cupboard with sleek doors will do the trick just fine. As long as the doors are finished in a colour-coordinated fashion, so as to blend into the wider bedroom perfectly, there's no need to go too over the top.
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.
Now that we've covered practical main lighting and softer task lighting for specific parts of a bedroom, it's time to start thinking about something purely decorative and pretty. Unique bedroom lighting can take on many different guises, but hidden spotlights, poseable lamps and even strings of fairy lights can all finish a space beautifully.
Clutter will find a way to infiltrate our lives, unless we resort to clever measures to keep it at bay. But don’t think that this is only true of the ‘working’ and ‘socialising’ areas in our homes, like the kitchen and living room, for the bedroom has also been known to become quite messy if one’s not careful.
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