We are a big fan of bedrooms that combine modern aesthetics with the classic rustic style to create flowing fusion between the two. Shaping a kids’ bedroom that is both refined and rustic is a lot easier than you think and it gives you a room that grows along with the needs and choices of your child.
With experts suggesting the use of bright colors for a balanced bedroom that promotes a good night’s sleep it is definitely time to give the gray bedroom an exciting new look. And what better color to bring in vibrant beauty energy and passion than fiery red!
Those of us living in small spaces have trouble finding room for even the smallest of things like jewelry. That’s why the Girl on the Go’s DIY vertical jewelry holder which takes advantage of the hidden space behind the Stave mirror makes so much sense.
The polished Polizi bench is both a beautiful centerpiece to display at the foot of your bed and a functional spot to throw your blazer when you get home from work. The x-shaped legs keep the design light and airy while the tufted cushion would be a comfy place to curl up with a good book.
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!
Admittedly kids tend to outgrow bedroom styles colors and themes pretty quickly and hence it is best to pick a basic style that can be revamped easily down the line. The beauty of the rustic bedroom lies in the fact that it can seamlessly blend in with other styles to create fun ingenious new spaces. Here are that put many adult bedrooms to shame!
While the Arch White Wardrobe‘s styling is decidedly classic cottage its bright white finish gives it a fresh modern look. With five roomy drawers and a large cabinet for shoes bags or bedding it’s great for any bedroom that could use a little more storage than just a dresser.
Find the right balance by choosing a shade and a hue that you love regardless of the scenery outside! Gray can be used either to shape the in the room or in a more extensive fashion for all the walls and the ceiling.