Published at Monday, October 01st 2018. In bedroom. By Doretta Robyn.
From the loft spaces we move on to tiny niches and smart little nooks that have been turned into bedrooms by maximizing their potential. Once again, adding a bed to the small awkward corner is easy on the face of it all. But to give the apartment an aesthetic appeal and to make it work visually, you need to ensure that this previously lonely corner is now well-lit, charming and no longer ‘forgotten’. The bed here needs to be tailored to exactly fit into the available space and using identical floating nightstands or even wall-mounted sconce lights, you can create symmetry and style.
In the eclectic walk-in closet, color does not come in short supply for those who really want a vivacious and spunky space for their wardrobe. The two most popular walk-in closet colors are undoubtedly pink and purple and both of them bring an air of femininity along with them. Looking beyond these two colors, shades of blue and yellow also work beautifully in these spaces. With the right lighting and mirrors, even a pinch of bold color can be magnified to fashion a smart and adorable walk-in closet. Remember that if you have open shelves and cabinets in the walk-in closet, your clothes and accessories will already add plenty of color to the setting.
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!
There’s nothing that brings elegance to your bedroom like an eye-catching headboard. If you take a DIY approach, you can get a decadent look on a budget. For example, creating a “headboard” by hanging curtains behind a platform bed will add height and interest to your space. You can also use wallpaper to create a faux headboard for your bed, adding just the right amount of drama! Another idea: using a folding partition (shown below). Details at Martha Stewart.
Bunk beds are not just for kids’ bedrooms alone as this smart alcove proves! Part of a smart modern townhouse designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, this alcove bunk bed design makes most of the small and forgotten corner. This leaves the rest of the room open and gives the homeowner an opportunity to create an inviting and relaxing setting.
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