Bedroom. Wednesday , November 29th , 2017 - 13:51:14 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.
Dubbed Smart, Store and Mixer, each of these designs can be used both as open closets and walk-in closets depending on the amount of space that you can spare. But it is the open closet compositions that steal the show, as they turn a simple, plain wall into a stunning and ergonomic organizational unit complete with varying shelves, cabinets and racks that will help tuck away your entire wardrobe. 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.
Do not be afraid to combine a third color with gray and blue in the bedroom. This need not necessarily be white as both blue and gray can create a neutral and inviting setting which allows other bold hues to shine through. A touch of red or orange looks great in the coastal or nautical bedroom while a pop of fuchsia or pink can bring dazzle to the girls’ bedroom. Yellow is a great choice in bedrooms with light shades of gray and blue as it ushers in sun-kissed charm while brown can give the space a more masculine finish.
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