Save the pomp and circumstance for when guests are over. Dig out your sweatshirts, blankets and pillows. Hang a few frames on the wall with some nature shots or photos of family members to give the room a more personal touch. Air dried moss can be added to live plants in small Mason jars if desired (nature will take care of adding humidity).
Nearby windows let in plenty of natural daylight – making it perfect for relaxing by day OR getting some slumbering done by night! If you’re looking at spending upwards of $600-$1200 on window treatments, think about investing that money elsewhere where it truly counts: in quality curtains/blinds made from insulating materials like thermal-pane glass or wood pellets.
Additionally consider using hanging diffusers, which diffuse sunlight without letting heat through so rooms stay warmer during colder months. Sunny south facing balconies offer an amazing view but also help filter all harmful UV rays.
Instead of sticking to one style, mix it up by adding interest with a feature wall. This could be done in a number of ways such as, having an eclectic collection of framed photos on the wall that reflect your unique personality. Too many people have over looked these fun items due to their high price tag, but they are super simple and can spruce up any room quickly. especially bedrooms. choose from modern fabric pieces, vintage lace doilies for old world charm.
Dressing rooms can come in handy for anyone, whether you’re a stay-at-home Mom or college student who’s always on the go. And because they’re typically smaller than your average bedroom, dressing spaces are perfect for storing beauty essentials like makeup and nail polish or clothes if you reserved the room as an overflow closet!
If your own bedroom is severely lacking in storage space, you could create a walk-in wardrobe in the spare room instead.
If all of your clothes are crammed into one small part of the attic or if everyone’s shoes and accessories overflow from one closet, consider turning this unused portion of the house into a lovely walk-in wardrobe! You might even have to clear some extra furniture out of an adjoining room so that you have enough floor space to walk around inside.
Another great way to use a sofa bed is as an impromptu guest bedroom! So many families are now living in smaller homes, so having one extra room that can be used for guests is really valuable. If you have a large enough space, consider adding some storage underneath the couch and converting it into a mini-room spa complete with shower and toilet area. perfect for friends or family visiting during special occasions like birthdays or holidays!