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.
Your bedroom is a personal haven that can be shaped in many different ways to suit your specific taste and needs. Obviously the design of a kids’ bedroom should be no different and often a compromise between what the little ones want and the look or theme you can pull off is the best path forward.
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.
Why build out to create an extra closet when you can find all of the storage you need underneath the bed? That’s what Cathrine and Hans Edblad did by using two MALM dressers to elevate their son’s bed adding lots of space for clothes and toys without giving up any square footage in the room.
DIY diva AngieintheThickofIt took some plywood and old dressers and turned them into this pretty and practical daybed for her kids. By making it taller than most typical bed frames she was able to incorporate ample cabbies and drawers as well.
Bedtime will feel like a special treat when you lower this opulent Drawbridge Bed down from the wall. The lavish setup comes complete with tower-shaped storage shelves and princess-themed LED lighting with four color settings!
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.
You may even choose to repaint your existing pieces DIY-style. If you need a little inspiration to get started hit the jump for our gallery of white furniture finds to get the design juices flowing.