Keep your 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 bed room. Suitcases in ditsy floral images like these will also take proper care of knitting items, letters and photos, and they're perfect for packing away small supplies when you're off on a journey.
Don't dispose of bedroom storage because it's the wrong colour for your brand-new decor, or although you may think it might look a little dated. Solid wood parts can be sanded down and decorated to match a brand new colour scheme and drawer pulls can be replaced for a completely fresh look at a small percentage of the cost. This works well in most bedroom decorating strategies, whether antique, modern or traditional. As well as the best bit? You know the furniture fits in your room already!
When it comes to bedroom furniture requirements, you will need a bedside desk or nightstand (two if you are sharing your bedroom), a dressing desk, a full-length reflection, and clothes storage area in the form of a wardrobe, dresser or both. If you have the space, a bedroom chair or end-of-bed bench is an added bonus, providing you somewhere to drape clothes or be seated while you're gaining your socks and shoes.
Additionally, if you are redecorating or starting to create a complete new bedroom design, built-in storage area is an excellent option. Fill a long wall with wardrobes, or make the the majority of alcoves and recesses in an interval property to make a more streamlined, efficient space.
This divan establish combines the comfort of a mattress with the support of an divan bottom, with a knitted quilt top to add extra comfort and a more luxurious feel. This model is exclusive to John Lewis, and the purchase price shown is designed for a double mattress.