The best option here is to add twin bedside lamps and accessories that connect the nightstands which are at odds with one another. Use other features in the room such as the backdrop, windows and architectural elements to further this harmonious appeal.
The finish that you choose must work well and complement both the bedside tables and should also enhance the overall appeal of the bedroom. In case you bedroom is dominated by glass, concrete and stone, then maybe a couple of nightstands with a wooden finish can add the necessary warmth. For more glitzy, feminine spaces, mismatched nightstands with mirrored finish are a hip choice.
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.
Is your closet ridiculously small? Even if you have nothing but a very shallow section of the wall carved out that could barely be considered a reach-in closet, there’s still hope for turning it into an office space. Take a look at what some homeowners and apartment renters were able to do with their teeny tiny closets below.
Whether it is trundle beds and those with slide-out drawers that help in tucking away the unnecessary or large double beds that serve the needs of a modern couple, you have models that fit in with almost any style that you can imagine.
You need not spend an inordinate amount of time or cash to get this done, and you can simply switch out these new additions whenever you get bored. Adding excitement, color, geometric pattern and sometimes tranquil calm to the bedroom, the range of bedding and textiles from IKEA offers endless skins for your hip bedroom.
The bedroom is a personal haven where many of us spend a third of our life. It is only natural then that you should turn this into a space that reflects your style and choices in a curated fashion. These gorgeous bedrooms surely accomplish that and a whole lot more!
We’ve covered a lot of hanging ideas so far for open concept closets, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take advantage of other structures or areas of your room that can create a frame for your clothing storage.