Lavernia Pierre Bedroom October 28, 2017 04:37:45
From space maximization we move on to doubling the amount of bedside tabletop room and storage area with twin nightstands. The advantages here are obvious and even in a really small bedroom; the bedside table duo offers symmetry and sense of visual continuity. If you are planning on using two bedside table lamps in a small bedroom then choosing identical nightstands is a smart option. In large rooms a mismatched nightstand approach works perfectly well. No matter which route you take make sure that you get the placement and proportion just right.
Bedside tables and nightstands come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and every leading furniture maker on the planet offers you a multitude of options. The current trend is to opt for modular pieces and stackable units that can adapt to your growing needs with time. You can even turn the nightstand into a cool dresser by combining it with a stylish mirror or put it in the awkward corner and create an additional storage option.
Love to catch up on a book before you slowly slip away into dreamland? Then Cell is the perfect nightstand for you. Unlike every other design in the collection showcased here the piece’s hollowed cylindrical form turns your book collection into a fabulous display. Beautiful and functional this bedside table also adds smart geometric contrast to a room dominated by clean straight lines. Not to mention you can stack one Cell on top of another to create a more engaging display in the home library!
Darker shades of gray can also be used in small bedrooms to create a dashing and more masculine space. Once you go down this route ensure that the rest of the room remains as uncluttered and neutral as possible with sparingly used blue accents. In the bedroom everything from the pillows and bed sheets to drapes and vases can be used to add color and with changing trends you can even move away from blue and adopt a completely different color scheme.
When it comes to nursery designs and color schemes two colors definitely hold sway. Blue and pink are undoubtedly the most popular and frequently used colors in nurseries and kids’ rooms across the planet. They signify a distinct difference and while some might not believe in the stereotyping of hues there are parents who opt for pink while decorating the girls’ bedroom and blue for the boys’ bedroom. Today we take a look at nurseries that combine one of these two hip hues with the hottest neutral of the decade – gray to create a relaxing and stunning retreat for your little one. It is time for the best pink and gray nurseries around!
Dubbed Smart Store and Mixer each of these designs can be used both as open closets and walk-in closets depending on the amount of space that you can spare. But it is the open closet compositions that steal the show as they turn a simple plain wall into a stunning and ergonomic organizational unit complete with varying shelves cabinets and racks that will help tuck away your entire wardrobe. Add a couple of sliding glass doors to these units and they assume an entirely different aura even as the sleek floating shelves bring an air of lucidity to each creative composition.