mattress design. Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 05:23:08 AM
Play with angles. You make the rules, so you decide if your bed needs to connect with the wall, and how. Experiment with the angle at which you place your bed and even layering rugs underneath.
Whitewash the room. A whitewashed aesthetic not only imparts a space with a uniform feel, but also manages to camouflage the fact that the bed sits directly on the floor.
Choose your lighting carefully. One of the potential downsides of having your bed on the floor is that you may not be in easy reach of a light switch. Sidestep this problem by attaching the light to the wall just above your mattress, with an easily accessible switch of course.
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