By Diana Wulf. Home Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 00:33:10 AM.
Creative Storage. The end of your bed is a perfect and unsuspecting spot to fit in more storage. In the bedroom of a Los Angeles country house, a vintage clothing trunk steals the decor spotlight while also giving you much‐needed space.
All of this potential beauty does not come cheap though. There is a trade off of increased cost for increased quality and material. Even though stone fabricators have additional hardware to assist them, which the ancients did not possess, it is still a very difficult and costly medium with which to work and the primary reason for a higher price point when compared to inferior grades of materials.
A touch of drama. Even the brightest, most cheerful bedrooms need an element of dark, sexy glamour. Balance is key. Stick with a few dramatic pieces, like the bedroom in this Windsor Terrace home that features a bed frame upholstered in a Lake August fabric and is topped with a vintage Moroccan blanket.
There are also ottomans that double as lounge furniture and can also be used as storage units as well. This can come in handy when needing to hide or store items, such as blankets or board games, and is a quick fix in making your house look more presentable. Remember to avoid overcrowding your house with too much furniture; only purchase what you will really need and what will add to your overall home decor.
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