More often than not, people struggle with trying to make the most of limited storage in their bedrooms. One surefire way to combat that issue is by bringing it to the forefront of your design rather than hiding it away. By incorporating these storage solutions into your decor, you can let your belongings serve stylish double-duty. To give your master bedroom a lasting, stately design, consider investing in a built-in closet-organization system. These can be customized to your space and needs. If you prefer a less-permanent solution, open shelving can give the space a modern feel. A foot trunk also works if your taste veers toward the traditional.
Add a soft touch of texture to your bedroom by hanging a rug on the wall as a headboard alternative. A standard 5×8 rug is wide enough to match a queen size, 60 wide mattress. An Indian dhurrie-style rug (shown above) is the easiest type of rug to work with, since it’s lightweight and thin. Find a unique wall panel or room screen and hang it as a headboard. Geometrically-patterned screens or room dividers create the most contemporary impact. For extra contrast, remove the screen's boring paper backing and paint the screen's frame in a color that ties into your bedroom's decor. There are many types of headboards you can create using fabric.
While comfort is an essential component of sleep, we wanted to find a pillow that combined the best of both worlds. The Pacific Coast Double DownAround Firm (quite a mouthful), our pick for the best bed pillow, is technically two in one, offering both a comfortable cushion and firm support. As with most things in life, we found that the most expensive option isn‘t necessarily the best. You‘d probably be healthier sleeping on the floor than dropping on a pillow that likely won‘t ever live up to your expectations, and will cause financial strain.
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