Luckily a community of resourceful folks across the internet have been proliferating the notion that IKEA pieces are merely building blocks to help you create unique furniture customized for your home. There are some especially useful IKEA hacks for the bedroom – from storage beds to embellished night stands to plush window seats. Read on to see a roundup of our favorites.
On the other end of the spectrum the Raven tufted daybed is a cushy alternative that delivers the luxurious feel of a plush king-size bed in a pint-size package. Handcrafted button tufting gives the piece an opulent look without taking up unnecessary space.
With its simple but visually arresting frame the Palu Bayview daybed is a statement-making piece that would work just as nicely in a modern setting as it would in a more country cottage room. Its geometric floral pattern gives the bed a unique touch while an optional trundle allows for an extra houseguest to stay the night.
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.
You won’t have any trouble getting your little one to bed if it’s in this magical loft bed fit for a princess or prince. The optional slide will provide hours of fun and the removable fabric tent allows it to convert to a more mature sleepspace for when your child gets older.
Here’s a DIY storage bed tutorial that even the least handy of us can handle. All it consists of is an EXPEDIT bookcase laid on its side with a few wooden slats on top — easy peasy!
Eat your heart out Elsa! It doesn’t get much fancier than this Anatolian Bunk Bed. Handpainted in a palette of pink and white the regal piece features a bookcase tower and an octagonal storage tower with cathedral windows and adjustable shelves.
Have you always dreamed of curling up with a book in your very own window seat? Check out Windmill Words‘ clever hack showing you how to create one using IKEA’s Stolmen closet system.