Since we are talking about kids’ bedrooms make sure you turn up the color spectrum to create a truly spectacular hangout for your little one. A backdrop in white sandy beige or mellow yellow seems to work every single time and irrespective of the color palette make sure that there is plenty of natural light to really usher in that delightful tropical vibe.
Need some inspiration for a shared kids’ bedroom? The lovely tropical-style rooms below not only provide ample inspiration but also seem to stylishly bring together aesthetics and ergonomics.
The Company Store’s luxurious 180-thread count organic shams duvet covers and sheets place just as much emphasis on comfort as they do on the quality of the organic cotton percale they’re made of. In addition to meeting Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) they’re available in a bevy of soothing prints.
Casa Kids’ Double Tuck Compact Bunk Beds are named for the fact that they tuck into a small 13 3/4″ deep cabinet when they’re not in use. Even the ladders fold up along with the beds!
Adapting a Scandinavian style is not just about aesthetics alone and it also gives an ergonomic advantage for those with a small bedroom. If you are short on space the inherent simplicity of the Nordic style its use of a neutral color palette with white being the predominant color and the shunning of unnecessary accessories and decor are indeed big advantages!
But the sliding barn door is not just about its looks alone. In fact it brings as much in terms of functionality by cutting down on wastage of space that a normal door might cause.
It is almost like a blank canvas that is waiting to be filled with personality and distinct identity. Color is a great way of doing this but make sure that you do not go overboard in this regard.
Think of pieces such as smart nightstands which make a really big impact on the overall ambiance of the bedroom while fitting into the Nordic style perfectly. Also consider picking a bed frame that is sleeker and made using natural wood.