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.
If you have small children you likely shouldn’t show them this amazing bed fort because they probably won’t leave you alone until you build them one of their own. Designed by Gisela Vidallé the Little Forest House as she calls it is based on the KURA bed but slightly altered and wrapped in MDF with wood veneer. Download the plan for this delightful mini dwelling here.
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!
IKEA’s cookie cutter RAST dresser can be found in thousands of bedrooms around the world but we could hardly recognize it after Style Me Pretty was through with it! Can you believe how they were able to transform it with just a little gold hardware a coat of white lacquer paint and some gold leaf?
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.
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!
Glossy velvety reds work well in opulent bedrooms with a Hollywood Regency or chic glam style. With Valentine’s Day a month away this will also add a touch of romance to the bedroom just in time!
All you need are a few gorgeous throw pillows in bright red or cozy bedding in elegant scarlet along with a plush rug or a cool vase on the bedside table in a matching hue. As a rule the more neutral the backdrop the more visual impact your red accents will make.