Gray is perfect in this regard as it lets your red accessories bedding or furniture shine through beautifully. Since red is such a powerful color this approach offers the ideal solution for those who want to use the color while keeping a look.
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.
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.
With hundreds of stores across the globe IKEA has made a name for itself as a one-stop shop for affordable home furnishings. The downside to this however is that you can end up with exactly the same beds tables sofas and chairs as thousands of other people around the world.
Committing to red in the bedroom need not be a choice that you’re stuck with despite changing color trends and seasons. Interchangeable accents allow you to bring in red without much effort or fuss.
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.
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.
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.