Nelia Edelmira Bathroom Bathup, 2017-11-25 01:40:20. The rebel. We're all forced to toe the line to some degree — there are laws to follow, jobs to show up for and cultural norms to abide by, after all. But if a part of you wants to walk your own path, a symbol in your bathroom can serve as a reminder to stand up for what you believe in and that you can dance to your own tune … at least to a degree.
Hettie Arianne Bedroom Nightstand, 2017-11-11 07:27:23. Reframe clearing clutter in a positive light. It's all too easy to let the bedroom become a dumping ground for all the random items that don't seem to fit anywhere else. So the first step in clearing clutter is to consider what you do want in the bedroom. Fresh sheets, good lighting, your current book on the nightstand? Definitely. Piles of paper, children's toys and the vacuum cleaner? Probably not. Take action: Center yourself by taking a few deep, calming breaths before you begin. Then start sorting through items in your bedroom, piece by piece, choosing those you want to keep there and removing everything else. Don't worry right now about where the unwanted items will go — separating out this part of the process can make decision-making much easier.
Leiko Saki Bedroom Nightstand, 2017-11-11 07:27:39. Trunk or suitcases. To add a vintage look to your bedroom, go for those old and weathered suitcases you've had your eye on in the thrift store. Stack them together and place a sturdy tray on top for a fun DIY night table. Opt for a variety of colors to create a design feature in the room, or get crafty and paint your suitcases the same color for a more Shabby Chic look, as in this photo. Similarly, pull that old trunk out of your attic. The large surface area can easily accommodate a lamp and other decorative items. Carry the vintage style of the trunk into the rest of the room by scattering around small accessories like old photo frames or an antique mirror. Tip: The storage space inside a trunk is a perfect place to stow extra blankets.
Nelia Edelmira Bedroom Nightstand, 2017-11-11 07:28:01. Take your time. Great design takes a while and usually requires refining before you come up with the perfect plan for your lifestyle. Don't rush through the design — it's worth taking a little extra time up front to make sure you have a more efficient and functional plan in the end. The truth is, great design doesn't necessarily mean a space that's overly complex and expensive to build. A space that functions better, costs less to build, is more efficient to run and is easier to maintain can be an outstanding example of great design.
Aghna Mairenn Bathroom Bathup, 2017-11-11 07:27:10. Frameless glass tub door. A frameless glass door is a more extended version of the glass screen. It includes a stationary glass screen on one side of the tub and a glass door with a handle on the other side. This option completely encloses the showering area in glass.
Aghna Mairenn Bathroom Bathup, 2017-11-12 06:03:21. The fashionista. You may not be able to justify a wardrobe full of Chanel and Louis Vuitton, but if deep down that's what you'd really love to have, start by channeling more Chanel in your life one room at a time.
Orin Rivka Bathroom Bathup, 2017-11-11 07:28:21. Freestanding racks. If you'd rather hang art on your bathroom walls than towels, a freestanding towel rack might be right for you. With the ability to move the rack wherever you want, you can position it closer to the shower or the bathtub depending on your bathing preference.
Hettie Arianne Bedroom Nightstand, 2017-11-12 06:03:40. Color pops. Liven up a plain bedroom with an accent wall covered in fabulously bold wallpaper. For the truly fearless, choose a contrasting color (like the yellow here against the peacock blue wall) for the bedside tables and cushions. If you prefer to limit your pop to one place, choose a white or wood headboard and tables, and layer on neutral (but deliciously textured) bedding.
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