Is having a walk in closet the dream? In reality there’s only a handful of us who have the space for a whole room dedicated for clothes. Sometimes we have to find other ways to separate our sleeping and dressing space. Using a bedroom divider is a great way around that.
Here are some amazing design ideas that may make you think that having a separate room for your clothes may not be the way to go…
I love the sleek look of the featured image which has a full headboard wall from floor to ceiling. It has doubles as storage with shelves on the side for books and decor items.
The headboard wall hides covers the fitted wardrobe area at the back of the room and gives some privacy for when getting dressed for the day.
More Bedroom Dividers
This Scandinavian design by Olga Shatkovskaya uses a glass screen to separate the closet area from the bedroom. Using glass gives it a much lighter and airer feel.
Using a solid interior wall to divide your bedroom space gives you the space to create your private dressing area.
Hanging a curtain through the room creates a boundary but one that’s a lot more flexible. No building or carpentry is necessary for this design, as a curtain proves just as effective to keep your closet separate.
A lot of people if they had the choice would choose the larger area to place the bed in. Here, they have swapped the function areas around. The closet area has been housed in the larger space and the bed in the smaller section.
This actually makes a lot of sense. As how much space do you really need to just sleep? It makes the bedroom area more of a cozy snug, leaving the dressing area with plenty of space to get ready.
A sliding door is a magical tool when it comes to maximizing your space! The perfect way to hide your closet in your bedroom.
If you want to get the absolute most out of your design then go to an interior designer. You can get help planning everything down to the details including the essentials of storage and clothing space needed.
This contemporary design by VAE studio has the flow of the space, the functionality and beauty all in one. Beautiful and organized interior design down to the T.
This design you may have seen from the Ikea Pax post but I had to pop it in here too. It’s a great example of a creating defined areas with open Ikea Pax closet design.
A creative storage DIY solution that works so well! By placing the low cabinet in the middle of the room it acts as headboard for the bed. As well as a wardrobe for the clothes.
Also, because the storage unit is so low it doesn’t interfere with the window by allowing the light to come through the room. You wake up to the best view and arranging the room this way makes it seem larger.
4 Reasons To Love This Bedroom Design
- Using a bedroom divider gives you the sense that you have a private closet area without using another room in the home.
- It creates a much better flow and makes sense to have your dressing area as close as possible to where you sleep.
- You maximize the potential of other rooms in you home, using the spare bedroom for a home office or a guest bedroom.
- You can stream line your clothes only keeping hold of items you really love! No place for a dumping ground or losing track of what clothes you have.
Which bedroom divider ideas do you like the best? Let me know in the comments below!
Featured Image Source: Clem Around The Corner
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