Traditionally, bathrooms tend to be the smallest rooms in a home. For this reason, not every bathroom is spacious enough to accommodate a linen cabinet, or any other piece of furniture, for that matter. Those who are lucky enough to have a large bathroom, however, have the option of incorporating a linen cabinet into the room, resulting in handy storage for towels and a stylish addition to the decor.
I love the traditional look of these two models:
White bathroom linen cabinets pictured:
Left: Hampton Bay 1 drawer Tall Storage Cabinet, 4-DOOR, WHITE
Right: Wood White Glass Door Bathroom Linen Storage Cabinet
You don’t have to live in a small home or apartment to appreciate space saving furniture. Indeed, there is a certain kind of beauty to furniture that is cleverly designed to be both attractive and practical all at once. The space under a bed has always been a spot where people store things, so it is only natural that someone came up with the idea of integrating drawers within the bed frame.
Two examples – I like the top one because of its simple, clean design:
Queen bed frames with storage pictured:
Top: South Shore Step One Collection Storage Platform Bed, Black
Bottom: Prepac Sonoma Tall Queen Platform Storage Bed, Black
If you like the traditional look of high-back chairs, but wish they were somewhat more elegant, a good solution would be skirted parsons chairs. There are plenty available, with upholstery in all sorts of colors and patterns.If however, you already own parsons chairs, an alternative would be to buy slipcovers made especially for these types of seats. It’s a solution that is definitely more affordable.
Two models that would look very nice in my dining room:
Skirted parsons chairs pictured:
Left: Edison Skirted Parsons Chair w Natural Linen Fabric – Set of 2
Right: Coaster Slauson Upholstered Parson Chair Skirt in Green Floral