You’ve likely seen clothing racks in coat rooms, at apparel stores, and around other areas of people’s homes. They’re often stuffed silly with big, bulky coats and all sorts of other pieces of clothing.
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.
At the heart of every stunning bedroom is a bed that sets the tone and mood of the room and becomes the central focus of the area. Some of the gorgeous bed frames offered by IKEA range from the sleek and minimal to the rustic and Scandinavian, giving you a wide range of styles to choose from.
Give your underbed storage a boost while powering up all of your essential electronics with these handy USB bed risers. The 4-piece platforms create 7″ of extra space for you to stash books, clothes and old pizza boxes, and the twin 110-volt, 15-amp grounded power outlets and twin USB 5-volt DC outlets are perfect for getting your iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch all charged up in time for class.
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 makes the look a lot more cohesive even if they have completely different finish. A vaguely similar silhouette also gives the room better geometric symmetry making it far more pleasant visually.
We’ve covered a lot of hanging ideas so far for open concept closets, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take advantage of other structures or areas of your room that can create a frame for your clothing storage.
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.