Make the best use of the attic bedroom by building storage into the eaves. Here, open cube storage area is a functional and stylish option for storing toys and games and catalogs in a child's bedroom. Hide storage containers under an elevated foundation for even more flexible storage.
A bedroom should be a place to relax and unwind not somewhere you have to fight through a clutter of shoes, clothes and toiletries. Although it might be best to reassess your storage options freestanding vs built-in modular wardrobes, for occasion it could not take around you want to makeover your bedroom and create (at least the sensation of) more space.
With regards to bedroom furniture basics, you will need a bedside stand or nightstand (two if you are sharing your bedroom), a dressing desk, a full-length mirror, and clothes storage in the form of a wardrobe, dresser or both. If you have the space, a bedroom couch or end-of-bed bench is an added bonus, providing you anywhere to drape clothes or stay while you're putting on your socks and shoes.
Once you've found the right size foundation, it is time to choose your style. If you're seeking 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 beautifully upholstered headboard will continue to work like a dream. If you're a supporter of industrial elegant or vintage finds, an flat iron bedframe might be just what you're after.
Built-in wardrobes aren't always the best option in awkward-shaped period bed rooms. This cool country-style bedroom uses the full-height alcoves either side of the fireplace to accommodate two typical white wardrobes, which combine perfectly with the cool colour pallette. Because these don't reach the roof the room keeps an airy feel, but it addittionally means there's room for wicker baskets to take a seat neatly at the top for a bit more organised style.