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.
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.
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.
These leather chairs from HGTV are perfect for easy cleaning, and this chair dressed up a bit with an accent pillow from The Animal Print Shop is a good example of how you can incorporate textiles without going overboard.
When it comes to designing and decorating a bedroom, most people don’t typically think of leaving all their clothes, shoes, and other accessories out in the open. After all, that’s what closets and dressers are for!
The less surfaces and edges there are in your bedroom, the less cleaning you’ll have to do. A minimalist bedroom design is perfect for anyone who is serious about dust and allergen prevention. These bedrooms from Home and Decor have a super clean and simple look that you can take inspiration from.
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.
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.