Bedroom. Monday , May 14th , 2018 - 12:46:15 PM
1. Dividing your storage space. Try to arrange your space into classified sections and sort things on your shelves and in your closets by grouping them accordingly. It will create more space in your closet and on your shelves. Also, you will be able to do your cleaning quicker. Consider adding hooks on the walls to enable you to store shoes, bags, belts and other items along these lines, so they don't lie on the floor.2. Create storage boxes. Set up boxes that can accommodate things that you have to keep and those things that you feel like throwing away. Once you have categorized all items, and your floor is clear, then decide what you are going to keep and what you are going to get rid of. Doing this will enable you to place the items to dispose of in their respective boxes and those to retain in your "to keep" boxes. You don't necessarily need to dump items that you do not use. You also have the option to donate them to the needy. This includes things like clothes that you have not worn for months or even years but are still useful, so there is no need to keep them. For a better organization of your bedroom, dispose of these items so that they don't take up space.
The master bedroom is the highlight of your house for you. It is your haven to relax and indulge yourself in. So why skimp out on designing this space? Whether you want luxury interior design for your bedroom or something classic and simple, there are a whole host of ideas to create a functional and stylish master bedroom. Let's take a look at some of the most enchanting master bedroom decorating ideas from some of the leading experts in interior design:
A bay window is probably the only thing that is missing in my own room! (Sob sob.) But I helped many of my friends design their bay window, and they were quite happy with the suggestions I gave. There are many bay window seat plans that you can choose from depending on the styling of the rest of your bedroom. But one common tip I can give is to have a storage built in the bay window seat. You can either have a drawer under your bay window seat that you can pull out, or you can have a lift-up seat. A number of things can go into this. My best friend uses it to store her extra (and extra expensive!) footwear. It stays clean and moisture free. If you are not much of a footwear person, how about storing the other set of curtains I talked about in the previous paragraph? You can even keep old books in it. Finally, the things that go to decorate your bay window itself - like lace curtains, cushions, etc., can go under the bay window seat.
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