We always wish we had more space to work with when decorating our home or planning for a new one. For some reason, as a race we seem to be constantly short of both space and time! That aside, it does help when you can bring in décor that cuts back on the used square footage, multitasks or even disappears into the walls when not needed. In case of the bedroom it is often Murphy beds, loft beds and sliding closet doors that enhance its ergonomics and save space. But every little detail from the arrangement of the bed to lighting can turn that small bedroom into a seemingly spacious setting.
Sure, you want a fabulous nightstand that can hold your latest gadgets, provide some tabletop space for the lovely lamp and even tuck away some of the mess around your bed. But getting all that done on a budget is even more fun! A DIY box-style bedside table is easy to craft and you can use everything ranging from worn-out, vintage trunks and cinder blocks to a simple wooden crate and a few metallic beams. The idea is simple, does not take more than a weekend and you have a nightstand that is well and truly unique.
Even if you do not have space for a large walk-n closet, you can still usher in its exquisite charm with a large closet that stretches from one wall of the bedroom to the other. If you want even more closet space in the master bedroom, then even two whole walls can be turned into a series of shelves, cabinets and clever contraptions that create a stunning closet. Translucent glass doors can replace the more popular glass doors to ensure that even a cluttered closet that is a touch less organized remains hidden. And those looking to improve visual space in the modest bedroom can also turn to mirrored doors.
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