Chicago Condo Remodel

These floor to ceiling book shelves double as a storage and an eye- capturing focal point that surrounds the head board, making the bed in this master bedroom, the center of attention.

Learn more about Chris Ebert, the Normandy Remodeling Designer who created this space, and other projects that Chris has created:

Photo Credit: Normandy Remodeling

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Vinita Kunnath added this to 7 Biggest Bedroom Design Problems Solved7 May 2019

6. You need more storage space. Where to squeeze it in?Solution: This is a problem we all share, no matter how big or small the bedroom. While you may have explored options such as under-bed storage and multi-tasking furniture, chances are you have forgotten all about the expanse over your bedhead. You would be surprised at the number of shelves and small cupboards you can fit in on the wall behind and around your bed. Et voila! More space emerges magically to store night supplies, favourite books and family memorabilia.A storage guide to small bedrooms

Krita Raut added this to How to Buy a Chair4 October 2016

If you feel that you need more seating space, instead of one long bench at the end of your bed, go for two small stools. Easier to move around, these small stools offer greater flexibility and can be shifted around the space when required.

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