Bedroom. Wednesday , August 09th , 2017 - 18:50:21 PM
Some people like it loud, some like it soft. If you're one looking for something simple and utilitarian, yet aren't willing to compromise on the aesthetic value that the vanity renders to your bedroom, then there are some really simple things that you can do to revamp your dressing area. For instance, instead of going with the conventional mirror-table-stool set, why not just stick to something as simple as a high chest of drawers and a mirror fixed on the wall? Your top drawer can accommodate your vanity items (your bathroom clutter will finally get its own space! Hurray!) and the rest of them can hold other everyday items. It's a great way to save space and provides something that we're always looking for: storage! Another idea that you can go for, and be warned, this has no capacity for storage whatsoever, is a very simple, yet elegant, wooden table with a marble top, a matching chair or stool and a gorgeous mirror. This table may come with a single drawer or even without one. You'll have to make do with the minimal space on the top, but hey, it's as gorgeous as gorgeous can be!
You think it's easier to buy that bed you saw online, or that wardrobe that just looks darling with its rich wooden finish. But do you know how much more you can achieve with fitted furniture? It is a boon for those who are bound by space, for those who like to add a personal touch to their room design, and for those who need as much storage as they can get. These are but a few benefits of fitted bedroom furniture. Buzzle illustrates how choosing it over freestanding furniture can make your life simpler and your house more beautiful.
While considering country style for the guest room, keep it minimal because, less is more when it comes to country style. Make sure you use a lot of white all over the room. Keep your sheets very clean and place a stack of pillows on the bed. Make sure the bedding is kept simple with a single cover, with farmhouse style print on it. A wooden rocking chair and an attic window seat makes it a perfect country style room for your guests. Here's an extra tip: Keep a welcome kit for your guest right at the entrance. The welcome kit should include essentials like soap, shampoos, oils, and fragrances along with hand towels. Keep the attached toilet of the guest room clean, unused, and ready with towels, shampoos, and toilet paper. Keep vintage style quilts handy.
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