What’s surprising about these storage pieces is that you can really change their look just by cutting down the pieces you hang on them and pairing it with a clutter-free, minimalist bedroom design. Just look at how incredibly striking they look in some of the examples below!
Whether you’re reading, watching TV, playing video games or catching a few quick ZZZs, the Flip Floor Lounger from PB Teen has got your back. Thanks to a hidden hinge, the plush seat can be positioned in five different ways – perfect for late night study sessions that turn into snooze sessions.
While many homeowners concentrate on other accessories and decor in the bedroom a touch too much, they forget that at the end of the day it is indeed all about the comfy, relaxing bed that meets your specific design and ergonomic needs.
It’s pretty easy to get bored with your dorm room decor, but duvet covers and shams are usually too pricey to purchase multiples. Get bedding that works twice as hard with PB Teen’s Lucky Clover reversible 100% cotton percale duvet covers and shams that can be flipped inside out to an inverted color scheme whenever you want a fresh look.
In case of couples, maybe one of you likes to read in bed and wants a shorter bedside table with a tall lamp on it while the other is looking for a nightstand that offers ample storage space and is utilitarian. Do not hesitate to go down the path of mismatched nightstands to give your bedroom exactly what it needs!
Clutter never looks good, and it just makes it harder for you to clean when it’s time to dust. These bedside tables from HGTV are great examples of keeping accessories simple on flat surfaces in 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.
But when you’re strapped for storage space with a tiny closet or a fairly large personal collection of apparel, you have to get a bit creative. One solution is to create an extra space in a corner or along a wall to keep some of your most used items out for convenience. And no, it doesn’t have to look messy! Here are 18 design ideas for planning to create your own open concept closet space.