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.
A kids’ room is no exception in this regard. But instead of just gray cream beige or white the striped accent wall in the kids’ bedroom needs invigorating colors that exude playfulness. If you feel that plain old stripes (horizontal or vertical) are too boring add chevron and other zigzag patterns to create more visual interest and whimsical charm.
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.
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.
If you’re starting to put your winter gear away to make room for your warm weather clothing why not give your closet a bit of an overhaul while you’re at it? While you could choose to splurge on a pricey wardrobe organization system there are actually quite a few surprisingly small ways to tidy up your garments and accessories without paying an arm and a leg.
Add a couple of sliding glass doors to these units and they assume an entirely different aura even as the sleek floating shelves bring an air of lucidity to each creative composition.
Remember though that color used for the accent wall should be repeated in the rest of the room at least once to give the space a more elegant and stylish ambiance. Those bored with just color can also dip into the dynamic world of chalkboard paint!
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.