Bedroom design is not just about the bed alone, and for those who tend to splurge on a fashionable clothes collection, the need for a versatile, convenient and ample storage space is a must.
Summer may still be in full swing, but it won’t be long before temps begin to cool and college kids head back to university. If you’ll be shopping for your dorm room soon, we’ve got a few suggestions for pieces that will work twice as hard for you while taking up the same amount of space. Read on for our favorite 2-in-1, space-saving dormitory essentials to help you kick off the new school year in style.
Enigmatic and eclectic is a look that not everyone is comfortable with and fewer can successfully pull it off. But if you have an eye for the look and a couple of bedside tables that have nothing in common whatsoever, then why not highlight this very feature of the bedroom!
You can still achieve the symmetry you are after by once again using table lamps and accessories that link the nightstands at odds with each other. When choosing a nightstand, consider the purpose that it serves as much as the aesthetic joy that it brings to the bedroom.
Loft bed frames can be used to turn that tiny dorm room into a living room, bedroom and kitchen at the same time, while smart storage units, cabinets and side tables ensure that you can keep this common space a lot more organized. When it comes to small bedroom designs, versatile IKEA solutions and their smart Scandinavian form is truly top notch.
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.
And when you don’t have a room to call your home office, figuring out where to put a desk can be a serious challenge. The den? The bedroom? Where else? Well, if you’re willing to sacrifice some storage space, then the closet could be your solution. These maximize space in small rooms and actually look really great!
This is a style that demands plenty of discipline (unless you are shooting for a Bohemian chic look) and the asymmetrical approach could be exactly what your contemporary bedroom needs to spice things up a bit.