By Madison Calo. interior. Published at Thursday, August 02nd, 2018 - 11:11:52 AM.
Get rid of all furniture except for a bed and nightstand and any other essential furniture pieces.Add bookcases or shelves if you have lots of smaller items you need to put back in the room.Add storage bins under the bed.Use behind-the-door organizers for shoes. supplies and other items.Maximize the closet space by adding bins. caddies and extra shelves to store clothes and larger items.
After that. tackle your accessories. A good place to start: group accent pieces in threes. Try three colored glass bottles on your entryway table. or use only three pillows on your living room sofa.Once you're done rearranging what you have on hand. take a step back. and use your sense of perception to suss out how the room feels.
Add (or clean up) a desk area if you keep work-related items in the guest room.Make the bed with a nice bedding set to look inviting and presentable.4. My walls are boring and I don't know what to doTwo large canvases in a bold pattern add life to the pale walls.Boring white rental walls are not fun. What can you do to dress them up and breathe life into them? Add pattern and color in a big way. Here are some ideas:
These multifunctional rooms prove that you don't need to live in a mansion to have a home office. With some creative organization. just about any space can be a home office. Here's some open-plan office inspiration.Put a table in front of a window and add a laptop for an instantly integrated space.A writing desk just off the living room works wonders.Stick a micro-office in a corner.