Published at Friday, August 17th 2018. In bedroom. By Doretta Robyn.
A small niche in the bedroom can be turned into a modest yet dashing walk-in closet with ease. This little space filled with shelves, drawers and cabinets can hold everything from your shoes and belts to dresses and accessories. Make use of the vertical space on offer and do not neglect the area behind the doors as well. In the tiny walk-in closet, a white backdrop or one in beige or lighter shades of gray presents a more organized visual; even if you are shooting for a modern-eclectic look.
Is comfy seating an absolute must for your bedroom? No. But it sure does add elegance and that extra “cushy” something! Perhaps it’s the promise of taking time to sit and enjoy the view. At the very least, it’s a place for you to lay out your clothing for the next day or set your favorite pillow. This Velvet Elowen Chair from Anthropologie features plush upholstery. Aren’t the brass legs a nice touch? If you like what you see, check out the armchair version.
You can always find a special bench or chair on sale, especially when you visit sites such as Overstock.com. See what’s left of your budget and search for lovely seating options in your price point. Below we see the Furniture of America Cisce Contemporary Fabric Button Tufted Acrylic Bench. Button tufting and glam legs make this seating option anything but thrifty:
You do not really need a whole lot of space for modern walk-in closets and most of them bring a sense of visual spaciousness to the bedroom by using glass or mirrored sliding doors. But for those who love color, uniqueness and a style that brings together different contrasting elements, it is the eclectic walk-in closet that ends up as the big winner. Here, you are not constrained by style demarcations and you can add a splash of color without worrying about things feeling out of place. From the vivacious to the classy, this is a roundup of the best eclectic walk-in closets and dressing rooms –
As you brainstorm DIY possibilities, don’t hesitate to get extra creative. Melamine shelving and fabric trim combine in the headboard below from Rosyscription, featured at Bob Vila: Even a well-positioned piece of artwork can provide the contrast and backing that’s needed to offset an inexpensive platform bed. Purchasing a painting that creates just the look you want will do wonders. On a tight budget? Create the artwork yourself!
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