A built-in cupboard, designed to order by the joiner, can be fitted out with hanging rails or cabinets to do something as a closet or an airing cupboard. Paint it in a soothing grey to complement the encompassing woodwork for a seamless look. On the side, there's just enough space for a decorated peg rail to air clothes and a basket beneath for washing.
Keep e-reader or tablet looking good with a stylishly designed cover, popping it and any accessories, wires and chargers into vintage-style suitcases for safe storage area in the bedroom. Suitcases in ditsy floral images like these will also take proper care of knitting equipment, letters and photos, and they're suitable for packing away small resources when you're off on a journey.
Maximise storage in a country bedroom with co-ordinated painted furniture with a traditional rustic style. This stone-painted panelled closet takes care of dangling space, while a matching dresser nicely fills the gap where the ceiling slopes, and still leaves from for a light-reflecting mirror plus dressing stand accessories.
Once you have found the right size bed, it's time to choose your look. If you're looking to make a modern day statement, an large headboard will make a striking center point to your bedroom structure. Love traditional or country style? A wonderfully upholstered headboard will continue to work like a charm. If you are a supporter of industrial fashionable or vintage finds, an flat iron bedframe might be precisely what you're after.
Release drawers and bedroom table tops by untangling your jewellery collection, and other attractive pieces, and showing it in the best natural light. Bring your shimmering jewellery out of dark drawers and clunky boxes and, instead, suspend it on ornamental hooks, or cushioned clothes hangers trimmed with ribbons and beads. The peculiar sequinned coat or smoothe faux-fur stole wouldn't go amiss either... Who needs wall structure art?