Notice the blackout bamboo blinds in this uncluttered but still colorful and fun space proving that you don’t need to go all-white or even minimalist to enjoy a relaxed and relaxing bedroom.
This beach-house bedroom is clean and simple with a bit of a pattern to keep things interesting (but which won’t keep you awake); the sound of the nearby surf will lull you to sleep.
Organizing the closet in the bedroom is arguably one of the toughest tasks for many of us as we grapple with both space and its proper usage. Part of it is because of our inability to eliminate clutter and hang on to things that are absolutely necessary.
Whenever you use an accent color in the room or a unique texture that brings visual contrast it is always best to repeat it in more than one place. This gives the room more symmetry and grace.
If your drawer space is at a premium try hanging your jewelry on the wall to make use of your underutilized vertical space. You’ll also be able to easily see your whole accessory collection at a glance when you’re getting ready in the morning.
If stripes are fashionable then wallpaper is currently one of the chart-topping hot trends in the world of interior design! A wallpapered accent wall is a great choice in a child’s room as it allows you to easily switch between the accent addition over time with little effort and cost.
Simple wooden panels framed beautifully or even raw unpolished wooden blocks with their distinctive pattern work brilliantly here. By keeping the backdrop as neutral as possible and the rest of the decor unassuming you can turn the headboard and along with it the bed into the focal point of the room.
Who says that shelf brackets need to go on the underside of a shelf? Here’s a brilliant way to use brackets as dividers to keep sweaters and pants stacked neatly.