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.
We are a big fan of bedrooms that combine modern aesthetics with the classic rustic style to create flowing fusion between the two. Shaping a kids’ bedroom that is both refined and rustic is a lot easier than you think and it gives you a room that grows along with the needs and choices of your child.
If you’re looking for a daybed that doesn’t scream “I’m a bed!” BoConcept’s fusion sofa is an elegant and discreet choice. Available in several different fabrics and leathers its reconfigurable armrests let you change it into a bed a chaise a sofa or lounge seating as desired.
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Instead of heavy wooden elements and weathered surfaces opt for more modern decor and accessories. Add a reclaimed bedside table or a wooden headboard that makes a big statement in the modern room. The important thing here is to keep the color palette warm and earthy and the bed frame rustic while adding a few modern touches to the room.
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.
Its elegant FSC-certified frame boasts a white textured lacquer finish and comes with three reversible drawers that can be installed to open from either the right or the left side of the bed for your convenience.
Think of rustic style and the first thing that comes to mind are large logs and rough wooden surfaces that define the walls and the ceiling. While such a look is not natural for most modern homes you can give your kids’ bedroom a special makeover by adding a few beams to define the ceiling and add warmth to the room.