With city living on the rise and the size of our spaces getting smaller and smaller, we often end up with a tiny second bedroom. Often times the only way to make it into a functional bedroom is to push the bed up against a window, creating an awkward backdrop. We've seen a decor idea that not only solves the problem with a functional solution, it's also cosy and instantly turns this difficult layout into a beautiful design feature. Take a look:
Rather than fighting the tight layout where the best option is to place a bed up against the windows, this design makes the most of the room by creating a cosy backdrop for the bed using a combination of blackout lining and a soft grey sheer. This solution becomes part of the bedroom design, letting light in when needed and also providing blackout at night. Get the look spot on by combining our Aerial Ready-made with the taped blackout ready-made in colour Smoke on two separate tracks.
Curtains used to Create this Design
AERIAL TAPE SHEER
NIGHT TIME BLACKOUT