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!
This unit from HGTV is a great example of how to keep stuff out of the way, and this bed from Pure Home has built-in drawers for extra added storage to any bedroom. When it comes to storing electronics, you could also try a dresser, which always looks appropriate in a bedroom, like this one from Hooker Furniture.
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.
Many of the fabulous bed frames from the 2015 catalog go a step further and allow you to customize the headboard as well. In fact, those looking for a plush headboard with additional storage can bring home the lovely without splurging on a brand new bed frame.
Want combine a vintage nightstand that has been in your family for decades with a contemporary masterpiece that you absolutely adore? Altering the finish, style or even hue is not an option here as you want both the bedside tables to retain their uniqueness and original design.
Clothing racks are fine, but if they’re not quite your thing, you could try using a simple freestanding rack or pole attached to the ceiling with two pieces of wire to create a similar effect. In fact, this might complement minimalist design even better. It’s simple, functional, and pleasing to the eye!
This furniture piece from Bogilicious shown in the first image below has space for both folded and hanging clothing. You could also attach a frame to your wall, as shown in the second example, or you could simply just make use of the shallow closet space you already have by removing the doors to make it an open concept design.
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.