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.
Your bedroom is a personal haven that can be shaped in many different ways to suit your specific taste and needs. Obviously the design of a kids’ bedroom should be no different and often a compromise between what the little ones want and the look or theme you can pull off is the best path forward.
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.
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.
Part of Rossetto’s ultra-modern Nightfly collection this nearly blinding nightstand features two drawers and white-on-white faux alligator accents made of eco-leather processed using natural dyes and extracts.
Nora of Oh Yes really outdid herself with a hacked DIY platform bed that effectively creates an entirely new level in her room while also adding storage space below. We especially love how the drawers pull out of the sides of the steps — ingenious!
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.
In case you already have a bedroom clad in gray adding a bit of red to it becomes a pretty simple task. But for those starting out fresh pick an elegant shade of gray that will serve you well across the changing seasons.