Sliding glass doors in the master bedroom lead to the deck in order to keep an unobstructed view of the kids. In choosing color for their bedroom, the couple opted to paint the wall opposite their bed a bold shade of turquoise, then pop fire engine red furniture against it.
A whitewashed, antique wooden bookcase provides the ideal spot for featured keepsakes in this bedroom. For a balanced look, books are displayed both vertically and horizontally, then interspersed with an interesting mix of objects ranging in size, color, and shape.
A trio of small bookcases adds style to this bedroom while offering a high-profile place for storage and displaying knickknacks. The Expedit shelves from Ikea are perfectly sized to hold rattan baskets, which help conceal clutter you might not want to see.
This fun Industrial Wire Cubby Jet Shelf from RH baby & child gives a warehouse aesthetic to a child's bedroom, playroom or family game room. Made of wire for rigidity and strength, this wall shelf with personality can be hung left or right and help you control clutter and organize items you want to find quickly.
Hanging curtains high above the windows makes this bedroom feel roomier, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Placing the bed in front of one of the windows opens up wall space for bookcases and other storage without blocking the natural light.