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.
A couple of sconces instead of the traditional bedside lamps, a sparkling floor lamp for a personalized reading nook in the corner, or gorgeous pendants that usher in a transcendental aura; take your pick at your nearest IKEA store and revel in the radiance! Plush rugs and snazzy mirrors add that final oomph that your tasteful, peaceful bedroom needs.
This furniture piece from Bogilicious shown in the first image below has space for both folded and hanging clothing. You could also attach a frame to your wall, as shown in the second example, or you could simply just make use of the shallow closet space you already have by removing the doors to make it an open concept design.
A simpler way to pair together contrasting nightstands is by painting them in same color. This is a popular, easy and affordable option and you need not always drape the entire bedside table in color to get the look.
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.
This unit from HGTV is a great example of how to keep stuff out of the way, and this bed from Pure Home has built-in drawers for extra added storage to any bedroom. When it comes to storing electronics, you could also try a dresser, which always looks appropriate in a bedroom, like this one from Hooker Furniture.
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.
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.