For those types of closets that take up a lengthy area of the wall, you’re probably going to need some ideas for that extra space where your desk doesn’t reach. This closet office space from House of Rose incorporates a cute little reading nook that’s built into the desk. What a great idea!
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A simpler way to pair together contrasting nightstands is by painting them in same color. This is a popular, easy and affordable option and you need not always drape the entire bedside table in color to get the look.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In case of couples, maybe one of you likes to read in bed and wants a shorter bedside table with a tall lamp on it while the other is looking for a nightstand that offers ample storage space and is utilitarian. Do not hesitate to go down the path of mismatched nightstands to give your bedroom exactly what it needs!