DIY diva AngieintheThickofIt took some plywood and old dressers and turned them into this pretty and practical daybed for her kids. By making it taller than most typical bed frames she was able to incorporate ample cabbies and drawers as well.
While the temptation right now might be to opt for a darker shade like charcoal gray because of the snow-filled landscape outside you might find it a touch unappealing in the summer months.
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.
With its simple but visually arresting frame the Palu Bayview daybed is a statement-making piece that would work just as nicely in a modern setting as it would in a more country cottage room. Its geometric floral pattern gives the bed a unique touch while an optional trundle allows for an extra houseguest to stay the night.
Can’t you just picture how your little royal’s jaw would drop at the sight of the Braun Castle Bunk Bed‘s impressive circular staircase and turrets? It may be all play for your child but this functional piece even hides a built-in wardrobe and has room for 2 full (or twin) size mattresses.
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!
The Lamont Home Cheswick Vanity Set‘s space-saving design makes it the perfect addition for those with little room to spare. Flip open the top to reveal a mirror when you need to get ready for a night on the town and when you’re done just fold it back down and slide the cushioned seat into its perfectly shaped spot.
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.