These minimal boxes can be stacked in any shape that you desire and you can custom create such room dividers depending on your precise storage needs. From acting as a wonderful bookshelf or a lovely display to helping you hide away your entire wardrobe these definitely offer value for the money!
Yes kids’ Hello Kitty bedrooms are most often filled with different shades of pink. But this need not be the norm. You can use a neutral backdrop in light blue or cooler shades of gray along with pops of purple and red to create an alternate color scheme that is equally appealing.
Designs moving away from this ‘contemporary-minimal’ trend also seem to carry a certain sophistication like the lovely bed frame from Gruppo Tomasella. Combine these with plush bedding and you have the outright showstoppers like the floating bed from MobilGAM that gives the impression of levitating effortlessly thanks to a transparent base. No matter what your preferred style is there is something for everyone here!
An extended headboard that mimics the aesthetics of a half-wall and also hides a bookshelf is a popular choice while resourceful DIY solutions can save dough and deliver exactly what you want. (Provided you have the skill and time to get the job done)
Sure we all have seen the image of Hello Kitty countless times (even if you are not particularly a big fan of the cartoon character) and there have been times when the music industry’s hottest icons adopted it as a fashion statement but few know the fact that Hello Kitty is NOT a cat.
Long gone are the days when walls were the only way to create a partition between two rooms and with the world gleefully embracing open plan living decorating solutions that allow you to delineate space without walls are all the rage.