Bedroom / September 3, 2018 / Londyn Kaminski.
While draping a blanket over the end of your bed can look effortlessly cool, too many layers can have the opposite effect. Rather than banishing your extra linens to the back of a dark closet, stow them in plain sight with an organizational ladder. This genius bedroom storage idea, keeps throws within arms reach when the weather is chilly and puts them on display when the temps are high.
It is a far reaching style that makes it easy to show off creativity, and can not be contained to one simple definition. But in general, vintage style means decorating with furnishings, fabrics, accessories, and colors that were popular decades back in particular, the styles of the 1940s and 1950s. Technically, however, the term vintage refers to any item that is more than 20 years old, but less than 100.
Here, a dresser effortlessly doubles as a bedside table, providing ample storage space for clothing and plenty of available surface area for decorative items like greenery and family photograph that infuse the space with personality. In a small bedroom, every square foot counts. Rather than opting for a traditional nightstand, free up precious floor space by hanging a shelving unit next to your bed instead.
This bedroom shows off the owners whimsy with a collection of vintage fans on a shelf added up high for this very purpose. Is there something you love or collect? Spotlight it in a similar fashion. Old globes, vintage ceramic dogs or cats, glove forms, hats, dolls, whatever makes you smile when you see it. Vintage pieces are one of a kind, as are you.