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.
The best option here is to add twin bedside lamps and accessories that connect the nightstands which are at odds with one another. Use other features in the room such as the backdrop, windows and architectural elements to further this harmonious appeal.
Never forget the little details when it comes to shaping the perfect bedroom! IKEA is indeed the perfect place to find these fascinating finishing touches that will transform the bedroom from a very good one to something that is truly one of a kind and full of personality.
Use a color that is already present in the bedroom and repeat it with bedding and pillow cover choices to create a lovely bedroom that is both exciting and serene at the same time.
Do you think you could handle working in a small walk-in? It might not be every claustrophobic’s ideal work space, but it can serve as a great cubicle-style office if you’re already used to working in that type of environment — and the best part is that you can decorate it any way you want. This one from Apartment Therapy has the right idea!
The more people and pets that spend time in a particular room of your home, the more dust that’s bound to collect there. Dust mainly comes from dead skin, hair, fabric fibers, dirt brought in from other rooms or from outdoors, and the mites that thrive in all sorts of warm, cushy areas.
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.
Proper lighting is a must for late-night cramming, but floor lamp bases can take up quite a bit of space. This multi-purpose LED lamp and stool from the IKEA PS 2014 collection functions as a seat, but can be turned on for extra light whenever you need it.