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.
Rustic does not mean old and worn out and in the case of kids’ bedrooms you sure could do with some color as well to spice up the setting. Bedding and pillows offer an easy way of adding plenty of color to the rustic bedroom without actually altering the overall appeal.
Carpenter extraordinaire acopier made this one-of-a-kind DIY castle bed for her very lucky granddaughter and we have to admit that we’re quite jealous. The clever design even incorporates a slide that lifts to reveal extra storage and a cloud ceiling featuring a glow-in-the-dark moon and stars.
Eat your heart out Elsa! It doesn’t get much fancier than this Anatolian Bunk Bed. Handpainted in a palette of pink and white the regal piece features a bookcase tower and an octagonal storage tower with cathedral windows and adjustable shelves.
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!
While most kids’ bedrooms seem to embrace the clean contemporary look try a fun comfy twist this winter by giving the modern rustic style a shot. It is also a perfect way to replicate the fun memories of your holiday trip to the woodsy winter cabin and it creates a dreamy natural escape for your child.
Hat tip to House of Turquoise for featuring this contemporary and sophisticated blend of colors and patterns. Spotted on a tour of a Utah home designed by Lindy Allen of Four Chairs Furniture the charming space seems like a cozy place to curl up with a book during the day and a dreamy spot to lay your head at night.
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.