Life can get wildly busy and when your home is your workspace too, it can be difficult to slow things down. Step into a bedroom that works as a perfect on/off switch, with clutter-banishing storage and a soft, tone-on-tone colour palette for an instantly relaxing atmosphere.
A tonal distinction
If you’re living in a small apartment or studio, colour can help create a necessary division between your bedroom area and the rest of the home. Soft pinks, cool blues and pale woods give this room a ready-for-bed feeling and separate it visually from the adjoining living area on the other side of the glass sliding doors.
“Layering different pieces in similar colours can be a great way to unify an area of your home. It can even create the illusion of more space.”
Embracing big storage pieces
Yes, you can have larger pieces of furniture without overwhelming a smaller space, and here's how. By matching the colour of this generous PAX unit to the walls, the wardrobe combination almost blends into the room’s architecture. Fitted with drawers, rails and KOMPLEMENT boxes and hangers, this wardrobe is a fashionista’s dream, organised to perfection – down to the very last sock.
Every millimetre counts
Living in a small space doesn’t mean you have to give up on the things you love – you just need to think of space more imaginatively! This tiny alcove has been turned into a hard-working make-up corner, with enough surface space to try out the latest tutorial and vertical storage to organise and store all her palettes and perfumes.