Four ways to design a multi-use bedroom

Four ways to design a multi-use bedroom


Posted 11th Jan 2018

A multi-use bedroom can be the ideal way to make up for a lack of space...

1. If you don’t have the luxury of a spare room or study, you can turn a corner of your bedroom into a mini office by simply adding a few shelves and a chair. Work from a laptop and you can just close it down when you’re done for the day.

2. Zone specific areas with paint. For instance, choose a contrasting colour on the wall around your dressing table for a ‘getting ready’ or work area. You can leave it outlined or fill it in for a more dramatic feel.

3. Working from your bedroom doesn’t mean it has to have a sterile office feel. Choose a stylish but comfortable chair, and an attractive lamp for that all important lighting.

4. Deep shelves are perfect for using in a dressing or office space, and you can change what is on them as and when, from lotions and toiletries to files and folders. Style it up with accessories and plants for a space which is pretty and functional.

Photo by Simon Whitmore / feature by Lorraine Luximon





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