I designed the space two ways so you could compare with and without the dresser.
The first design is without the dresser and gives room for an additional shelve and storage baskets. This give a storage place for extra blanket, linens, or any other items while adding texture to the space with the wicker material.
The shelves I used are chunky style floating shelves without brackets. They give the space a seamless look. These will need to be custom made due to the specific size needed. I will link a DIY tutorial for the shelves.
Above I added some swing arm sconces. These can be hardware in OR you can use Brooke from Nesting with Graces “Magic Light Trick.” If you decide to use the sconces I would eliminate the overhead light and put in a recessed light. But if you do not like the look of the sconces we can select a semi-flush chandelier.
For the shelves I kept it simple and open. Using books, greenery, baskets, and pictures. This keeps this smaller space filling open and not too full and really showcasing the shiplap walls.
Wicker Baskets: CLICK HERE
Vase: CLICK HERE
Small Picture Frame (5x7 nickel): CLICK HERE
Candle: CLICK HERE
Round Bread Board (Small): CLICK HERE
Small Vases (One large once small): CLICK HERE
Large Picture Frame (8x10 nickel): CLICK HERE
Wooden Box: CLICK HERE
Greenery Stems (For box and vases): CLICK HERE
Glass Jugs: CLICK HERE
Metal Basket (Small): CLICK HERE
Antique Books: Pick up at antique Store or here is a source: CLICK HERE
Sconces: CLICK HERE
Mount first Shelve 24” from the baseboard.
Mount Each Shelve 16” apart.
With the thickness (2”) of each shelve and the trim you should have around 30” give to take from the top shelve to the ceiling.
Dresser is 31” tall.
Mount first shelves 16” above top of dresser.
Mount each shelve 16” apart.
With the thickness (2”) of each shelve and the trim you should have around 23” give to take from the top shelve to the ceiling.