My bedroom is far from perfect. It is an awkward layout with two doors on one long wall and two windows right across in a room that is a total of 8x10 maximum with a teeny teeny 2x3 closet shared between the two of us - which basically means queen bed smack dab in the center of the room. I've tried having it shoved up against one wall and I hated having to crawl out at the foot and it seemed to actually reduced our storage options. I think it will always be somewhat of a work in progress, however, I have come to a few solutions that have helped. I bought this storage bed from ikea: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/10098893/#/70098890
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|1/4/13 4:34 PM|
Love it! Especially the bright pops of color, as a fellow Oregonian, bright color is a must for grey winters!
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|3/3/12 1:41 PM|
A great idea here, but there is another way to "green" your curtains. I read a post today on another blog I follow about using your curtains to make day lighting more efficient in southern windows which if you are going to replace your curtains, might be something you should think about. Here is the link:
Green Your... Bedroom Curtains | Apartment Therapy Re-Nest
|1/19/10 3:25 PM|