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.
Similar to the boxed-shape open concept closet ideas, you can look around for slanted clothing racks and storage structures for an interesting geometric design that looks great when paired with minimalist design. Check out some of these quirky slanted structures below! Simply lean them against a wall and hang your clothes on them.
If you have an old ladder lying around, don’t throw it out! You might just be able to turn it into an interesting looking and functional storage piece for your open concept closet.
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.
Dorm rooms are notoriously cramped, so keeping as many things off of the floor as you can is a must for conserving space. Enter Dorm Co.’s smart bed post shelf, which uses a friction clamp to attach to almost any kind of dorm bed to keep your phone, alarm clock and beverage of choice right in reach without hogging up valuable room.
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.
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.
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.