By Floyd Attaway. interior. Published at Thursday, September 20th, 2018 - 23:38:39 PM.
Hang large and unframed canvas artwork (since it's very lightweight) with removable wall hooks.Wallpaper one single focal wall using removable wallpaper that's easy to peel off.Paint one focal wall in a wild. bold color.Create a gallery wall or collage of objects or pictures — here's how.Add a floating shelf display for your favorite objects.
Make use of a rustic or vintage craft projectA rustic windowsill goes well with old photos. Another way to decorate with antiques is to go for a deliberately rustic piece. The photo above shows how a designer creatively combined cowboy photos with a rustic windowsill.You might also find some rustic shelving to house antiques and combine them with distressed furniture. Old heirloom furniture could also receive a distressed paint job.
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.
Bedroom/tub areas.Fitting a tub into a small space can be a challenge. but sometimes you just have to unwind with a bubble bath. which is why some enterprising home designers brazenly put the tub right in the bedroom. You might wonder if doing so disrupts the look of the bedroom. making it feel like you're sleeping in a