Sliding Door Window Treatments Sliding doors bring many advantages to a room, offering quick access outside and plenty of natural light. But those assets also make them tricky to dress with window treatments. Here are several sliding-door window-treatment
love the color! When space is at a premium, foot-of-the-bed storage is a quick fix for full closets and dresser drawers. A storage-friendly bench, trunk, or bookshelf is a perfect solution for stashing extra linens or out-of-season items.
I just LOVE this room! Exposed beams frame this master bedroom in romance. Sheer fabric hangs from the vaulted ceiling, creating a gauzy tent over the bed. The wall behind the bed becomes the headboard.
The bunk system solved several problems for this room. It provided space for a built-in closet beneath the upper bed as well as room for a table and chairs. It also hides a storage trundle and niche at the foot of the lower bed.
Restore Order Limit medicine cabinets to items you use every day. Keep medications in original containers on a high shelf or other safe spot, particularly if there are small children in the house. Store remaining items one layer deep, doubling space with
Teak in the middle flanked by two slabs of Pietra Grigia stone, which resembles slate. Besides holding two sinks and providing an expansive work space, the island extends the kitchen's storage capacity with drawers and cupboards in the base.
Make a pantry wall! Build shelves and use bead board. Use baskets for potatoes, onions, canned goods, and canisters/jars for loose food stuff. Add closed cupboard for unsightly stuff like cereals and condiments.