One Bedroom Wee House InteriorTraditional Bedroom, Glasgow

One bedroom Wee House bedroom

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Traditional bedroom in Glasgow. —  Houzz
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heatherbraheatherbra wrote:9 January 2015
  • tracedavey
    7 years ago
    I would also like to know the colour of the back wall.
  • shirley2876
    5 years ago

    what width is the wall with the wardrobes ?

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Lucy Searle added this to 9 Organising Lessons We Could Learn From Tiny Spaces21 August 2018

Don’t be lured by conventionMost of us have bedside tables that stop at mattress height, right? But what about all that wall space above (remember the tip about vertical storage)? Instead, have bedside tables and wall-hung cabinets above to maximise your storage opportunities. The ones shown here are big enough to hold a ton of clothes. If you choose a storage bed, too, you’ll effortlessly keep your bedroom neat.

houseology added this to How to Arrange a Compact Teen Bedroom3 January 2018

Flank the bedWardrobes built either side of the bed will create a cosy sleeping alcove. Leave a gap between hanging rails at the upper level and drawers at the lower level to provide useful bedside tables.Where space is tight, the wardrobes can be just 30cm deep, with hangers stacked facing outwards as opposed to across the width of the wardrobe.A growing teen may appreciate a bed wider than a standard single. Explore whether you can fit in a 120cm-wide queen, just 30cm wider than a standard single but offering superior stretching space.

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