NW London Family Home transitional-bedroom
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NW London Family Home Transitional Bedroom, London

Gary Summers
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Design ideas for a large transitional master bedroom in London with grey walls and light hardwood floors. — Houzz

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Libby wrote:
Colour? - Love this colour and door format. I;m wondering what company makes the paint and what colour is it please? Thank you!
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Joe Boumelhem
What colour are the doors?
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Rebecca Gross added this to No Walk-In? No Problem: 10 Clothes Storage Ideas for Small Homes
High cupboards are ideal for seasonal clothing or items you don’t wear often. By keeping lesser-worn clothing up high and out of the way, you can turn prime real estate – the readily accessible parts of your wardrobe – over to the clothing you wear regularly. High cupboards are also a good spot to store suitcases and bulky travel bags.
Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to How to Get Your Bedroom Design Just Right
Sort the storageThe key to creating a calm, organised sleep space is to spend time choosing the right storage. It sounds obvious, but before you purchase any kind of storage, identify what you will actually be storing. Look at the type of clothes you have and how you like to store them, for example. Do you need lots of hanging room or would you be better off with drawers? You can’t go wrong with fitted furniture, as it can be built to exact dimensions and can give you hanging and drawer space. And it doesn’t have to be modern, as the example above shows.Also, a dressing table with storage for your cosmetics can be a lovely luxury, but if you prefer to do your make-up and hair in the bathroom, it could be a wasted item.
Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Organise a Built-In Wardrobe in a Small Bedroom?
What else do I need to consider? Good wardrobe lighting is essential, as it allows you to see exactly what you own (and spot those items you no longer wear and need to get rid of). Don’t forget to include a full-length mirror. My favourite spot to install one in a small space is either inside the wardrobe door or, if you don’t have a door, on the side of the wardrobe.

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mgniwisch added this to Closets
Color and closets to the ceiling

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