Keep your scarves and hosiery nice and tidy by making these accessory storage compartments out of inexpensive PVC. You could even use larger pipes for bigger items like shoes or sweaters.
Keeping your bedroom as dark as possible (so pull those shades down if there’s ambient light from outside) cool temperatures and soft comfortable linens will also help you get your 8 hours in.
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.
But it’s also because our bedrooms lack an organized closet that is custom-crafted to meet our specific needs. The wardrobes of individuals vary drastically and while some might need plenty of space for shoes others can manage with a few racks for coats and dresses. Serving these diverse needs with sleek urban flair is the latest from Alf Italia that promise to make your life a lot easier each morning!
From the eclectic and the Mediterranean to the breezy beach style and the classy midcentury modern the chic inspirations below prove that you can use one in any bedroom of your choice!
A can simply be crafted using pieces of reclaimed wood or even driftwood that you find around your home. Others have turned to dried branches and old barn doors to get the job done. No matter what your preference is you can rest assured that the wooden headboard is a showstopper in the rustic bedroom.
Sleep experts agree: Your bedroom environment has a significant impact on how well you sleep. Step one to a good night’s rest is turning off the screens (that’s phones laptops TVs or any glowing device)—multiple studies have shown that the bright light from screens negatively impacts the ability to fall asleep.
The bedrooms below are great examples of high style combined with a restful room. You’ll notice they have incredibly relaxing decor (of course what’s relaxing depends on the person so there is some variety). Re-fuel and recharge.