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.
Read on for our roundup of mini closet makeover ideas that will make getting ready in the morning so much easier. Does your shoe collection put Imelda Marcos’s to shame? Here’s a way to maximize your shoe storage without giving up valuable space. Best of all? This makeshift shoe rack can be installed for less than $10.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.