Does your bedroom need a makeover? This area should be a space to retreat to after a long day at work, so it's essential that it's free from clutter. If the clothes are piling up and you're feeling a bit unorganized, take a look at these helpful tips:
- Look for stylish organizers: Who says storage containers and organizers have to be bland and bulky? Look for items that coincide with your overall design scheme. For instance, chic shelving is great for bedrooms. You can also try to find stylish organizers that blend in with the rest of your room. For instance, we love the idea of stools or benches with hidden storage space underneath.
- Maximize your closet space: "The easiest way to fix a small closet is to look at the hanging space situation," writes a blogger for HGTV. "Most closets have one bar straight across. Group all of the long hanging clothes (coats, dresses) on one side and the short hanging clothes (folded pants, shirts) on the other. Now you have open space underneath for a drawer unit, a shoe stand or a laundry hamper." It's also a good idea to invest in space-saving hangers that won't take up too much room.
Once your bedroom is neat and tidy, then it's time to focus your attention on window coverings. Window fashions serve more than just an aesthetic purpose, and can also help block out any street light or sunlight from your bedroom. If you're in need of new custom curtains, drapes or blinds, be sure to book an appointment with our expert home design consultants at Metropolitan Window Fashions!