With hundreds of stores across the globe IKEA has made a name for itself as a one-stop shop for affordable home furnishings. The downside to this however is that you can end up with exactly the same beds tables sofas and chairs as thousands of other people around the world.
For those with more rustic tastes Saartje Prum offers up this adorable wooden daybed complete with carved hearts and a pull-out trundle.
Hat tip to House of Turquoise for featuring this contemporary and sophisticated blend of colors and patterns. Spotted on a tour of a Utah home designed by Lindy Allen of Four Chairs Furniture the charming space seems like a cozy place to curl up with a book during the day and a dreamy spot to lay your head at night.
Think of rustic style and the first thing that comes to mind are large logs and rough wooden surfaces that define the walls and the ceiling. While such a look is not natural for most modern homes you can give your kids’ bedroom a special makeover by adding a few beams to define the ceiling and add warmth to the room.
Having a walk-in closet may seem like a luxury that most of us cannot afford but IKEA actually has its own DIY instructions on how you can create one using the PAX wardrobe system.
Calmer reds with a matte finish are apt for rustic vintage or traditional bedrooms and look lovely when paired with natural wooden textures. Find a compromise between the shades you love and the style you desire for a bedroom that you’re comfortable with.
Plus there are all kinds of options available regardless of whether you’re a fan of country cottage or more of a modernist maven. Flip through our gallery for a roundup of our favorites!
Gray is perfect in this regard as it lets your red accessories bedding or furniture shine through beautifully. Since red is such a powerful color this approach offers the ideal solution for those who want to use the color while keeping a look.