Struggling to find the perfect bedroom colour pallette? Deciding on the best colour palette is more important in a bedroom than in any other room in the home: Go too vivid and you run the risk of restless evenings.
Sneak space for storage wherever you can in a master suite just think a little laterally when it comes to bedroom design solutions. Here, an attribute headboard also reduces mess by masking a slim shelving device that's perfect for catalogs and personal trinkets. Push this concept just a little further and, if there's space, look at a pull-out device on casters.
Bedroom storage doesn't have to be crafted from traditional real wood. Make a feature of your clothing, accessories or personal treasures with a glass cabinet such as this, which has been kept up to date with a lick of excellent yellow paint to match the bedroom colour pallette. With the look of any high-end retail screen cabinet the glass surfaces create a feeling of spaciousness in a loft room, but in the event that's nearly enough to house your wardrobe, vintage suitcases stacked at the top or slid underneath, are an elegant way to store more.
A bedroom should be a spot to relax and unwind not anywhere you have to battle through a muddle of shoes, clothes and toiletries. While it might be better to reassess your storage options freestanding vs built-in modular wardrobes, for occasion it might not take around you think to makeover your bedroom and create (at least the feeling of) more space.
Take a more tranquil view of storage and replace a blocky bedside stand with a wooden storage area ladder. Leant against a structural headboard which is alone yet another shelf to show art work or accessories the light profile of this bedroom safe-keeping solution increases the modern country appeal of this space.