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.
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.
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.
A couple of sconces instead of the traditional bedside lamps, a sparkling floor lamp for a personalized reading nook in the corner, or gorgeous pendants that usher in a transcendental aura; take your pick at your nearest IKEA store and revel in the radiance! Plush rugs and snazzy mirrors add that final oomph that your tasteful, peaceful bedroom needs.
What do you think about open concept closet spaces? You definitely have to be a bit of a neat freak and minimalist to make it look as clean and simple as the images above. With the right bedroom design, though, it definitely works quite well.
If matching style is not something you are able to pull off because you already have a pair of nightstands with one of them being vintage and another modern, then think of a finish that unifies them.
Dust mites thrive in carpeting, so if you can avoid it, go for any other flooring option so mites can’t build a home from it. Hardwood, laminate, tile or any other material that’s hard and smooth are ideal for easy sweeping and wiping down. Check out some of these beautiful bedrooms from HGTV that look gorgeous without any carpeting at all!
If you don’t mind keeping all of your clothes in a dresser or hanging somewhere else, then a closet office might be a great option for you. But what about all that other stuff you keep in your closet?