Reclaimed wood is often the popular choice in the case of lovely bedroom barn doors as it is eco-friendly easier on the wallet and brings an ‘aged elegance’ to the room instantly.
Yet because of the wide use of push rugs wooden bedside tables and ample natural ventilation your small bedroom will neither seem sterile nor dreary. There are ways beyond color to give your bedroom visual contrast and turning to a multitude of textures is an added bonus when it concerns Scandinavian style.
So why is the sliding feature such an important aspect of the barn door? Apart from saving space at the entrance of the bedroom it also makes for an ideal closet door that simply slides shut when needed.
With more and more folks opting to live in cozier urban quarters murphy beds have been increasing in popularity as a way to fit all of the necessities of life into a studio apartment.
The Ulisse bed is perfect for offices that double as guest bedrooms – or if you’re a workaholic that just can’t seem to tear yourself away from your desk. The multi-use piece serves as a 5-foot desk during the day and folds down into a queen-size bed. The best part is that opening the bed doesn’t disturb your work so you can pick up right where you left off the next morning.
Spotted at the 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show Milano Smart Living’s flip-down bunk beds double as artwork for children’s rooms. The large-scale murals that disguise the beds when they’re not in use can be customized to suit your tastes.
When it comes to Scandinavian bedrooms it is always curated pops of color that work best. With blue currently being the hottest hue in Scandinavian homes this is a smart way forward. Once the accent hue has run its course you can switch it out for another seasonal hotshot.
With tropical style you can turn to natural materials such wood and bamboo to create a unique space that reminds your little ones of their recent vacation to that exotic tropical getaway.