creative windows blinds
a nightstand, Storage and shelving unit:::::convenient placement of a small lamp, alarm clock, glasses„multifunction and movable)
used spray adhesive to upholster a lampshade with the vintage needlework or your fav scarves.
wooden spool Picture-holder
a fantastic small-space solution for both dorms and apartments. The bookcase doubles as a headboard. It adds not only floorspace, but also some visual interest to the room.
Vinyl Record Bookends
Using wall space to store chairs has regained popularity, especially in homes that lack sufficient
(Dorm) Fits under your mattress for easy access.don u just hate„ digging cell phone out from between a 600 pound bed and the wall?
simple and functional ideas to inspire
Genius! trays as magnet boards —
a long, plastic tub for under bed storage
One of the easiest and least expensive ways to transform the look of a room is to change the curtains and window coverings. even If your room doesnt have windows„you can make the room seem more cheery and less depressing to you by hanging curtains up where you think the window should be„ to create an illusion of window. you can keep the curtains “closed” or you can photograph a window with a great view and enlarge it in a frame and post it on the wall if you want a fake window that seems to have a real view ( read decorating a room with no windows )
You can easily get ready made curtains at just about any store that sells home furnishings, including department stores and home improvement stores.If you don’t want to spend a lot of money on curtains, you can make one at home :
my curtain was made from left-over fabric I had. the starry fabric was actually a xmas’ gifts wrapping mesh. and the bouquet i received at graduation ceremony was tied with a bow, and of course I couldn’t bring myself to toss it in the trash!Save the ribbons and reuse them
what i did was ,using tacks to adhere a starry fabric on the wall above my bed and top it off with layers of fabric to make a curtain on the outside ..,it’s just like sleeping under the stars.
if you are not allowed to make holes in the walls„,you need to be a little creative. Here are a few ideas to hang thing without making a hole.
Measure the top of your curtain. Cut your Velcro the same length. Put the sticky side on top of the area where your fake window to be located.. Rub to make sure it’s stuck tightly . Sew the other side to the curtain across the top. Stick the curtain Velcro strip to the matching strip on the wall and rub all the way across the curtain top to secure it.