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Before & After: Hiding the Great Wall of Clothes

click thumbnails for larger pics Lack of closet space is an issue we must all confront at some point. Our apartment's previous tenants dealt with the bedroom's tiny closet by installing IKEA Stolmen shelves floor to ceiling across one entire wall and then graciously left them to us when they moved out. We were happy to inherit them and even happier to use them, however, having to stare at all of our clothes all the time was not so nice...

Before & After: Hiding the Great Wall of Clothes

Close-up of IKEA's 3-rail KVARTAL system with "Anno Amorf" panel curtains by chailey - possible solution to bright, early morning sun through our sliding glass doors...

Sliding closet doors. If mirrored this could be a DIY project. Use frosted contact paper and wood moulding to create divided sections. It'll look like rice paper panels.

Beautiful Bedrooms: 15 Shades of Gray

Gray may be everywhere in design right now, but which gray you choose for you own space depends on the other colors you'll be incorporating. In this bedroom, part of a modern condominium in Chicago, a steel gray works perfectly with the saturated shades of the bedding and rug. "Our client prefers the absence of color, but wanted her daughter to be able to express her own personality in her bedroom. A neutral background allows for bold pops of color such as the Donghia Suzani headboard, the…