By P11eR. Bedroom. Published at Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 - 07:32:07 AM.
An organized clothing area wouldn’t be complete without having all those shoes in order. The photo above shows how well some wide shelving can work for organizing shoes. You can place your shows right on the open shelves and remember what types you actually own with a single glance. (Because let’s be honest, we all have a shoe style we forgot we owned until we pulled them up from under the bed.)
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One increasingly popular clothing organization idea is to go for standalone racks. These are especially popular in small spaces, where designers are even using fully stocked clothing racks as room dividers.
In this case, the placement of your wallpaper is your most important consideration. Ideally, you’ll want your accent wall to highlight the focal point of the room since it’s bound to capture viewers’ attention. Most of the time, in a bedroom, this means choosing the wall at the head of the bed. However, as you see in the photo above, sometimes exceptions can be made, especially if you’re going with a more mural-like pattern.
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