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.
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.
How can we forget the world’s favorite way of adding an accent wall to a room: a splash of paint! This might sound a touch old and a bit too mundane but there is a reason why the simple painted accent wall is such a popular choice.
An accent wall filled with a giant mural always looks better when the rest of the room is as organized and neutral as possible. Make sure though that the colors of the mural are not too overwhelming and if you want a more understate look think of black and white wall murals to get the job done.
Striped accent walls in the bedroom come in a variety of shapes and forms and it is often the wall behind the headboard that is embellished. Creating a lovely focal point while cleverly extending the color palette of the room the on display today will surely tempt you to proudly sport your true stripes as well!
This unusual bedroom is open and airy but with minimal distractions which is perfect for a long deep sleep. Enclosed beds have been popular throughout history—to keep out light noise and animals—and to keep heat in. So beautiful vintage versions are available from various eras and in all sorts of styles.
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.
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.