Our bedrooms are full of many essential items we use everyday and need close to hand. Toiletries, make up, hair dryer, brushes, beauty products, clothes, shoes, belts, buckles, books, the list goes on and on. We need them, we can’t function without them…… but how do we keep them accessible AND have a calm peaceful clutter free bedroom space?
What happens when there are more kids than bedrooms and siblings need to share?
If sharing siblings are the same gender, close in age and share similar tastes, then mum and dad shouldn’t have a problem. It’s when you have to mix up ages and genders that problems can arise. So how do you create a bedroom space for 2 (or more) where all siblings are happy?
The fight for wardrobe space can be a very contentious issue among couples!
There was a time when it was the woman of the home who hogged all the premier space and hubby had to settle for a dark corner at the back of the wardrobe in the spare room (if he was lucky). These days however, men can have just as many if not more clothes than us and are beginning to take over the wardrobe space!
Black and white is a bold combination. It can be dramatic and glamorous, the epitome of sophistication! When designing a monochromatic or achromatic scheme particularly in an area such as a bedroom there are some important things to consider.
Schools out and lots of you are preparing for your kids to make that transition from junior school up to senior school. Not only do you get to spend your summer months shopping for new uniforms and school books, but chances are now that your “baby” is all grown up, what suited their bedroom in June will most certainly not fit the bill come September!!
A statement headboard can completely transform a bedroom design project. The headboard adds scale and shape; frames the bed and adds the wow factor to the design. While upholstered headboards in complimentary fabrics to the window treatments are commonly used in interior design projects, the style, shape and texture of headboards are endless and limited only by our imagination.