Have you always dreamed of curling up with a book in your very own window seat? Check out Windmill Words‘ clever hack showing you how to create one using IKEA’s Stolmen closet system.
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.
If you’re living in a smaller urban space you may not have the luxury of placing your bed in the center of your bedroom. The Nexera BLVD Reversible Storage Bed was designed specifically with this situation in mind.
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.
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!
The cabin-inspired rustic kids’ bedroom is also a great idea for all those sleepovers as bunk beds are often the norm in such rooms. Families with more than a couple of kids can also turn towards this style which allows you to create a wall of bunk beds complete with ladders and built-in steps! With some additional space and the right storage units this bedroom will also easily double as the perfect playroom.
Just like choosing the right gray for the bedroom picking the perfect red is an essential component of this look. No matter how small the red accents might be the shade you pick will make a big impact on the style of the room.
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.