One of the best ways to go about this is by turning the attic into a cool kids’ bedroom as the sloped ceiling adds to the rustic style. Apart from ushering in the winter cabin look that you are after wood also adds plenty of textural contrast to the space and gives the bedroom a soothing yet fantastic ambiance.
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.
Admittedly kids tend to outgrow bedroom styles colors and themes pretty quickly and hence it is best to pick a basic style that can be revamped easily down the line. The beauty of the rustic bedroom lies in the fact that it can seamlessly blend in with other styles to create fun ingenious new spaces. Here are that put many adult bedrooms to shame!
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.
For those with more rustic tastes Saartje Prum offers up this adorable wooden daybed complete with carved hearts and a pull-out trundle.
Find the right balance by choosing a shade and a hue that you love regardless of the scenery outside! Gray can be used either to shape the in the room or in a more extensive fashion for all the walls and the ceiling.
Like something right out of the pages of a storybook this handsome Hansel and Gretel bed does double-duty as both a playhouse and sleepspace. The Gingerbread Cottage Bed‘s intricate hand-painted details can even be customized to match your current decor.
With hundreds of stores across the globe IKEA has made a name for itself as a one-stop shop for affordable home furnishings. The downside to this however is that you can end up with exactly the same beds tables sofas and chairs as thousands of other people around the world.