A fresh new Monday for us all to enjoy…We don’t want to waste any time so prepare to be inspired! Add your own twist to things when furnishing your home. For example, think out-of-the-box when decorating your bedroom and forget about the obvious choices. Something as basic as the wardrobe can be designed in so many interesting ways. Just take a look. We find these wardrobe designs quite enticing. Don’t you?
Build around the window.
Don’t waste a whole wall when you can use the one with the window on. Include the window into your design and build around it. This provides you with the perfect opportunity to also design a window seat or a cozy reading nook.
Take advantage of this must-have piece of furniture and give it a second function. For example, you can also use the wardrobe as a wall divider between the bedroom and the en-suite bathroom or in some other way.
Built-in TV and shelves.
Another option is to design your bedroom furniture similarly to a media unit for the living room. By that we mean you should include the TV into the design and to also design open shelves. Figure out the height at which the TV should be placed and go from there.
In front of the bed.
If you’ve decided to exclude the TV from your bedroom or to place it some other wall than the one in front of the bed, then you can use that area creatively and cover the entire wall with a huge storage unit. Equip it with everything you need.
Around the headboard.
Don’t want to look at your furniture when relaxing in bed? Then use the wall on which the headboard is placed for that. Design your wardrobe around the headboard and around the bed. You can leave an area open above the bed for hanging artwork.
A smart idea which will let you save some space in the bedroom is to combine your wardrobe with other necessities such as the vanity. You can have a series of drawers underneath the vanity and a mirror mounted on the wall.
Sliding doors are great for bedroom furniture because they don’t take additional space and simply slide from one side to another revealing the storage compartments behind them. In addition, a big unit that covers an entire wall with look especially beautiful if it has big sliding doors.
A minimalist approach.
One way of not allowing your big bedroom furniture to take over the décor is to opt for minimalist designs. This way you can control the overall ambiance and décor and use accent elements and furnishings to create focal points.
Small built-in furniture.
Take advantage of the layout and shape of your bedroom. Use any corner, nook and cranny to your advantage. For example, this built-in wardrobe fits perfectly in the corner of the room and offers lots of storage without taking a lot of space.
Glass divider/ open design.
Hide your wardrobe or closet behind a glass divider. For example, this bedroom has a very interesting design. It’s a semi-open space and only part of the divider is made of glass. Also, it doesn’t go from one side of the room to the other.
Did you know that furniture which goes from wall to wall actually makes a room look bigger? So keep that in mind when choosing the furniture for your bedroom. An extra wide dresser can actually give you lots of storage and help you get a spacious look for the room.
Not a fan of mainstream designs? Forget about those roust wardrobes and closets and create your own version. A boutique-inspired design with rods, shelves and drawers could be what you’re looking for.
Storage inside the bed.
Maybe you don’t even need a large closet with lots of storage compartments or maybe you need some extra storage space. In either case, a bed with built-in storage is a perfect idea. You can use these extra compartments for blankets, pillows but also for clothes.
Don’t have a spacious bedroom? No worries. There’s always a clever solution to any problem. For example, try these pull-out shoe shelves. They can fit in your wall unit and they’re excellent for storing and organizing your large collection.