With contemporary interiors, the concept of clean straight lines and crisply curated decor choices can often be taken to mundane hilt! This is exactly when you can use some help from those classy that end up stealing the show in the bedroom.
What do you think about open concept closet spaces? You definitely have to be a bit of a neat freak and minimalist to make it look as clean and simple as the images above. With the right bedroom design, though, it definitely works quite well.
The less surfaces and edges there are in your bedroom, the less cleaning you’ll have to do. A minimalist bedroom design is perfect for anyone who is serious about dust and allergen prevention. These bedrooms from Home and Decor have a super clean and simple look that you can take inspiration from.
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.
Leave messages for your roomie, work out a tough physics problem or plan out your semester with this 3-in-1 chalkboard shelf calendar from Urban Outfitters. Made from reclaimed wood and recycled metal, it’ll help you practice your French too since that’s the language the names of the months are printed in.
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.
You know, bins and boxes of things that need to be stored away and only brought out once in a while? With the right shelving, you can still make it work. Either keep the original top shelf in there, or bring in some new shelves to maximize all that space above your desk.
Every home needs a touch of eclectic charm even if you are not fully committed to the style. It is not about revamping the existing style of your bedroom or living room, but just giving the interior that splash of excitement and a hint of personality that removes a sense of boredom and monotony.