Tackle the bedroom clutter with a tailor-made solution for bedroom storage. Fitted wardrobes will make the most of tight corners and awkward spaces to keep floors and surfaces clear, plus all your favourite outfits will be to hand exactly when you need them!
Make the most of available storage space under sloping ceilings with an assortment of units in different heights. Customise the backs of shelves and glass cupboard doors with matching wallpaper for a co-ordinated look. Keep open shelves neat by storing clutter in baskets and boxes. For a pretty finishing touch make a simple sail in the same fabric.
For a restful bedroom that feels like a sanctuary, stick to shades of cool blue and green. Start with a shimmering metallic wallpaper, then echo the colours in your curtains and bedlinen. Blend a fitted wardrobe into the room by papering the panels. Drape a four-poster bed with a flowing voile canopy, then play up the exotic feel with Moroccan-style hammered-metal furniture.
Make use of the eaves storage space in an attic bedroom by installing bespoke cupboards, with a Velux window to let in plenty of light. Keep the scheme neutral with off-white walls and soften the look with an inviting and sumptuous upholstered bed. Add colour with splashes of dusty blue.
Maximise every inch of space without compromising on style, by installing hidden, floor-to-ceiling wardrobes. Create an optical illusion with a wall of wallpaper and painted squares, which may look like a decorative feature wall, but actually contains concealed cupboards in the alcoves either side of the bed.
Play around with geometric patterns in warm tones of blue, picking out one shade in which to paint a feature wall. Balance out the busy scheme with lots of white, then finish with orange accessories, such as colourful exotic tassels to help liven up a plain wardrobe.
Wall-to-wall wardrobes hide away clutter and look elegant. Continue the subtle theme with painted flooring to create a cool, restful feel. Blue bed linen and a soft rug will add a splash of colour.
A neutral colour scheme is lifted by the clever use of interesting shapes and period features. Good-quality fitted wardrobes keep clutter hidden away, and blushed metal handles ascend with the ceiling line for uniform style. A soft carpet completes the smart, minimalist style, and colour can be added and easily updated with removable accessories, such as throws and scatter cushions.