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.
On the more affordable end of the spectrum IKEA packs a solid amount of functionality into its HEMNES daybed. At just $299 the multi-purpose workhorse boast three roomy drawers where you can stash pillows and blankets when you’re not using it as a bed.
Your tots won’t mind sharing a room in the least if it contains this fun loft castle bed. Made of solid hardwood this quality piece will last for years to come and can be modified into a tween bed by removing the tented cover.
seem like a clever combination of the opposites; the yin and yang of the modern interior decorating universe that bring both serene balance and exciting playfulness. A bold splash of red not only creates an instant focal point it will also aid you in beating those early morning blues.
Also think of creative ways in which you can give the room a fun little twist with unique bunk bed designs play nooks and ladders that steal the show! Add a splash of pink and a plush rug in white to give the girls’ bedroom a touch of femininity while a minimal metallic bed frame in the boys’ bedroom gives it a cool industrial vibe. It’s all about thinking ‘out of the box’!
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.
If you’re looking for one over-the-top statement piece for your bedroom look no further than the opulent Maxfield Dresser. Its mirrored finish bounces light around to brighten up darker rooms and its combination of trunk latches with white trim is a unique take on a classic look.
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.