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.
Wooden panel accent walls are quickly becoming very popular with homeowners globally and if they come from reclaimed wood then even better! By using this accent addition you might well be teaching your child a valuable lesson in sustainability that will serve him or her well for life.
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…
Dubbed and each of these designs can be used both as open closets and walk-in closets depending on the amount of space that you can spare. But it is the open closet compositions that steal the show as they turn a simple plain wall into a stunning and ergonomic organizational unit complete with varying shelves cabinets and racks that will help tuck away your entire wardrobe.
Have you ever found something in the back of your closet that you totally would have worn if you’d only known it was there? Maximize the visibility of your clothes and accessories by installing transparent drawers and organizers like IKEA’s Komplement line of glass-front cabinetry.
A creative and unique wooden headboard will never be a hindrance to the style of the bedroom and when used right it can blend in with pretty much any theme that you have going.
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.
Designing a beautiful kids’ room that finds that perfect balance between what you want and what your child needs can be a tough task at the best of times. A lot of it depends on the space available the resources you are willing to invest and of course the specific choices and tastes of the kids at home.