A shell white dresser offers stylish storage for folded sweaters and other bedroom essentials, with satin brass hardware, self-closing drawer guides and cedar-lined bottom drawers. A beautiful and tough fiddle-leaf fig plant adds a touch of nature to the bedroom corner. A potted fern on an attractive faux shagreen tray on the dresser brings more greenery to the space.
The overall design for the updated room included a mix of dark blues, texture, midcentury-modern lines and masculine touches. These elements were brought in through accessories including white ceramic sculpture, coral and plaid pillar candles.
A knotty oak veneer with antique pewter hardware gives the master bedroom's six drawer sideboard a rustic elegant look. The top of offers display storage for art and accessories, with an open space in between the drawers and top perfect for stacked books.
Repurpose a dresser for use in your family room by topping it with a pair of sleek table lamps and cocktail essentials. Use the drawers to eek out some extra storage for barware or table top accessories
“We just had fun in here, we have the mossy green walls and we brought in orange for the accent. We found this triptych painting, which was made by a local artist and we are in University of Texas land so people here will understand that is a longhorn which is their mascot,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
To store your jewelry, place loose items in decorative pottery, and purchase drawer inserts to help you organize and separate all of your pieces. "Create space for every item — that way, everything has its place and it's much easier to stay organized," designer Lisa Adams says.
In the center of this luxury closet stands a jewelry dresser. Complete with a beautiful chandelier and lighted drawers on all sides, this dresser provides the homeowner easy access to all of her favorite pieces.
A comfortable chaise lounge provides an inviting place to relax. “It's an escape place where you would dream about coming in and reading a book or closing the door and just having a place for private time,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.