Another smart and economical way to get your shoes off the bottom of your closet Epbot’s great tutorial for DIY shoe holders makes use of those wire hangers you get for free from the dry cleaner.
It seems though that more and more homeowners these days are opting for kids’ bedrooms that easily grow along with their little ones and do not commit excessively to one glaringly obviously theme. This means a neutral backdrop where accent additions and decor bring in the necessary color. And few additions get this job done as well as a fabulous accent wall.
Homeowners and designers have realized quickly that even the most contemporary of spaces benefit from the ‘touch of wood’ and there are few places that gain more from its presence than the serene bedroom. And today we take a look at how a can define refine and accentuate the style of your personal haven!
Old cartons doors windows or any other piece of decor crafted in wood but relegated to your attic can be turned into a stunning headboard. All you need is a hint of creativity decent DIY skills and of course loads of inspiration. We are pretty sure that got the last part covered today. Now it is up to you to get started and show us your own inimitable wooden headboard creation…
We have been caught in a beautiful vortex of trendy stripes the last few months and we have already showcased how well they can be used to shape an accent wall in the bedroom living room and even the dining space.
With paint you can pick from a variety of color combinations and alter hues in a subtle fashion to create a stunning accent wall. The general trend is to use a color that is already present in the room for one of the stripes while the other can be an entirely different color or the same color with a different tone and intensity. It is best to pick just two colors for stripes in smaller rooms while larger rooms can pull off a striped accent wall with three or more colors.
If your kid is bored with a certain pattern after awhile you can select another fun wallpaper to give the room a fresh new look. Whether you want wallpaper with loads of color and pattern or something that will work well in a tween bedroom the choices are simply endless here!
Ok so most of us aren’t lucky enough to have a closet that can even accommodate a center island but if you do why not DIY one on the cheap? Head to XO Jordan to see how it can be done for under $300.