Bedroom. Monday , June 11th , 2018 - 13:48:53 PM
Obviously, contemporary interior design characterizes clean lines, unobtrusive, straightforwardness, modernity and surface. Contemporary feature more space then things by concentrating on hues, space, shape and smoothness.
Bedrooms are the most personal spaces in our respective houses. It is the one place in the entire house which is completely your own. You can decorate it the way you want, choose the furniture style you want, have curtains, drapes or blinds, have a kingly royal bed or a funky bunk bed. But just as you are responsible to furnish and beautify your bedroom, you are also responsible for the mess that is created in your bedroom! We always keep buying things we need, and things we want (more the latter than the former actually...!). But when we decorate our rooms, we seldom think of where all that stuff is going to go!
3. Storage under the bed. Create space in your bedroom by storing necessary items under the bed. It will act as an extension to your closet. Items that you rarely use are the top priorities to store this way. They include blankets and purses. Just roll them up in containers and slide them under the bed. For easy access and retrieval, if you have stored many items this way, you can stick a label on the outside of each container. Practicing this option will create more space in your bedroom and avoid extra and unnecessary piles of "stuff".
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