Whether you take two to create a new clothing rack or stand a simple ladder up against a wall, you can always find new and creative ways to display your stuff using ladders. Check out some of the different looks you can create below.
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.
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.
Clothing racks are fine, but if they’re not quite your thing, you could try using a simple freestanding rack or pole attached to the ceiling with two pieces of wire to create a similar effect. In fact, this might complement minimalist design even better. It’s simple, functional, and pleasing to the eye!
Do you think you could handle working in a small walk-in? It might not be every claustrophobic’s ideal work space, but it can serve as a great cubicle-style office if you’re already used to working in that type of environment — and the best part is that you can decorate it any way you want. This one from Apartment Therapy has the right idea!
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!
If you live in an apartment or a “cozy” home, then you know just how much of a hassle it can be to try and position your furniture (or even fit all your furniture) in a way that looks good and is relatively functional.
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.