Bedroom. Wednesday , November 29th , 2017 - 13:35:28 PM
When it comes to bedroom decor, nightstands are as necessary as they are stylish. A place to set the alarm clock, cell phone and lamp, they can also hold favorite books and magazines that are read before bed. Yet often these small furnishings get overlooked. After all, a bedside chair or other compact item can pass as a nightstand, as well as a couple of stacked cinder blocks.
An efficient, small bedroom takes shape with the right bed at its heart. The traditional idea of the bed sitting bang in the middle of the room might work well in large bedrooms, but fails woefully in smaller spaces. Here, a corner bed is a smart choice and if you can buy one with dual headboards, then you have an even more luxurious, space-savvy bedroom. Moving your existing bed to the corner also works just fine and if this is a trundle or loft bed, then you have even more space-saving goodness.
Not a fan of the walk-in closet? Maybe you just do not have the space or the budgets to spare for one. There are plenty of other alternatives, and ingenious designers are constantly coming up with custom units that can fit into the smallest of bedrooms. These standalone pieces open up and expand to offer ample storage space when neede, and they can fold away to occupy minimal foot space. If even this seems like an extravagance, then there is always the option of a traditional closet that makes the most of the vertical room on offer.
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