Deciding what to wear to class can be a challenge, but IKEA’s Knapper floor mirror helps reflect the best version of yourself by also letting you plan your outfit for the next day. A sturdy bar acts as a valet for your tops and bottoms, and hooks allow you to map out accessory choices to complete the ensemble.
What’s great about turning your closet into an office space is that if you decide to keep the doors on it, you can close them and put all that work out of sight! A great option for when you want your den to look like a den or your bedroom to look like a bedroom.
If you live in an apartment or a “cozy” home, then you know just how much of a hassle it can be to try and position your furniture (or even fit all your furniture) in a way that looks good and is relatively functional.
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.
The Anthology folding ottoman from Bed, Bath and Beyond packs both storage and seating into one stylish package. It comes in a number of colors and finishes from ikat to aqua suede, and is easy to transport thanks to its folding design.
You know, bins and boxes of things that need to be stored away and only brought out once in a while? With the right shelving, you can still make it work. Either keep the original top shelf in there, or bring in some new shelves to maximize all that space above your desk.
Just because you want a tidy, symmetric look, do not opt for twin bedside tables where one of them will soon end up as an unnecessary burden and a waste of precious space.
Clutter never looks good, and it just makes it harder for you to clean when it’s time to dust. These bedside tables from HGTV are great examples of keeping accessories simple on flat surfaces in the bedroom.