By Josse Alexandrie. Bedroom. Published at Friday, April 27th, 2018 - 00:57:22 AM.
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.
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.
Ask any interior designer and they will freely divulge that a bedroom that's free and clear of regular clutter and discarded clothing will not only look wonderful, but also create a sense of rest and relaxation that is so critical to any sleeping area, which is why built-in wardrobes are such a terrific installation. Though freestanding options can be utterly beguiling and charming, especially the more antique styles, they require a significant sacrifice of floor space, while built-in options offer a more streamlined and sleek finish. What's more, given the bespoke nature of built-in wardrobes, they can be made to fit absolutely any space and align with any design aesthetic.
Bedroom ceiling lighting styles are as varied as any other home addition and with so many simply phenomenal designs to choose from, a great starting point is functionality. We've taken a look at which lighting options the most talented interior designers seek to include for their clients and will explain all, here.
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