Bored with those colorful accent walls? Want something more refined and unique that will allow you to transform that kids’ room into a guest space over time? Then how about dropping color and turning towards texture to provide some contrast to the contemporary spaces.
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.
You’ve probably seen products on the market that promise to double your closet space but they usually don’t come cheap. Check out Idea Bottle’s 100% free way to achieve the same effect as those store-bought solutions using soda can tabs.
While horizontal stripes are often preferred in both living rooms and bedrooms vertical stripes bring along with them a host of benefits as well. This is especially true if you have a small bedroom with a low ceiling as the vertical stripes can give the room a more airy and elegant appeal.
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.
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.
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.
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.