But when you’re strapped for storage space with a tiny closet or a fairly large personal collection of apparel, you have to get a bit creative. One solution is to create an extra space in a corner or along a wall to keep some of your most used items out for convenience. And no, it doesn’t have to look messy! Here are 18 design ideas for planning to create your own open concept closet space.
In case of couples, maybe one of you likes to read in bed and wants a shorter bedside table with a tall lamp on it while the other is looking for a nightstand that offers ample storage space and is utilitarian. Do not hesitate to go down the path of mismatched nightstands to give your bedroom exactly what it needs!
Be it sorting out and arranging a truckload of clothes and shoes or displaying your small collection with panache, the wide range of cabinets, chests with drawers, and open units with clothes storage systems and hangers get it all done. Standalone dressing tables and wall-mounted shelves make it even more convenient to expand your bedroom storage without much fuss.
Another great way to enliven the modern bedroom is by bringing in a nightstand with some curves. A rough bedside table coupled with one that sports those clean straight lines is a choice that blends the traditional with the quirky in the most elegant fashion.
Many of the fabulous bed frames from the 2015 catalog go a step further and allow you to customize the headboard as well. In fact, those looking for a plush headboard with additional storage can bring home the lovely without splurging on a brand new bed frame.
A branch used as a rack to hang your clothes adds a subtle rustic touch, without being at all overpowering. Just make sure it’s strong enough to hold everything and attach it firmly to your ceiling with some simple hardware pieces you can get at any home store.
If matching style is not something you are able to pull off because you already have a pair of nightstands with one of them being vintage and another modern, then think of a finish that unifies them.
While many homeowners concentrate on other accessories and decor in the bedroom a touch too much, they forget that at the end of the day it is indeed all about the comfy, relaxing bed that meets your specific design and ergonomic needs.