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.
You won’t have any trouble getting your little one to bed if it’s in this magical loft bed fit for a princess or prince. The optional slide will provide hours of fun and the removable fabric tent allows it to convert to a more mature sleepspace for when your child gets older.
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.
The polished Polizi bench is both a beautiful centerpiece to display at the foot of your bed and a functional spot to throw your blazer when you get home from work. The x-shaped legs keep the design light and airy while the tufted cushion would be a comfy place to curl up with a good book.
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.
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.
Like something right out of the pages of a storybook this handsome Hansel and Gretel bed does double-duty as both a playhouse and sleepspace. The Gingerbread Cottage Bed‘s intricate hand-painted details can even be customized to match your current decor.
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.