The cabin-inspired rustic kids’ bedroom is also a great idea for all those sleepovers as bunk beds are often the norm in such rooms. Families with more than a couple of kids can also turn towards this style which allows you to create a wall of bunk beds complete with ladders and built-in steps! With some additional space and the right storage units this bedroom will also easily double as the perfect playroom.
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.
There are so many wonderful options on the market these days that it’s difficult to choose but we especially like the ones that can be converted to tween beds when your little one gets older (why spend extra money on another bed if you don’t need to?) and options that double as play areas. Read on to see them all!
Committing to red in the bedroom need not be a choice that you’re stuck with despite changing color trends and seasons. Interchangeable accents allow you to bring in red without much effort or fuss.
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!
Whether it’s Frozen Beauty and the Beast or Snow White that your child dreams about chances are they’d love to see their fantasies come to life with a fanciful fairy tale bed of their very own.
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.
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.