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.
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.
Controlling the amount of dust that collects in the bedroom can be quite a challenge given the fact that it’s the room where you dress and undress for the day, store your clothes, and sleep for several hours every night.
While regular cleaning and vacuuming is a must, here are a few other tips you should consider when designing your bedroom to help keep the dust to a minimum.
Just like with carpeting, dust will cling more to anything that’s covered in fabric. If you’re going to have upholstered furniture in your bedroom, go for something that’s easy to wipe down, or choose pillows and cushions that can be removed and washed.
Thinking of going for a look that’s a bit more unique and different than a regular old clothing rack? You can create a similar look and effect with a simple tree branch and some rope or wire.
The best option here is to add twin bedside lamps and accessories that connect the nightstands which are at odds with one another. Use other features in the room such as the backdrop, windows and architectural elements to further this harmonious appeal.
These are perennial favorites across the world – from small attic and studio apartments to dorm rooms all over the globe. Just because you are short on space and wish to maximize the square footage does not mean that you need to sacrifice style, and these ingenious IKEA bedroom compositions showcase precisely that.