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.
Most doors take up extra space because of their swinging motion something that many of us simply cannot afford in the small bedroom. We want doors that stay out of the way and get the job done by taking up as little square footage as possible.
The barn-style door is pretty easy to identify thanks to its use of heavy and often reclaimed wood. Even though there are modern variants that replace wood with glass steel and other materials we still prefer the classic and believe it is the best of the lot.
But not all fold-out beds need to transform into flat walls. If you’re looking for a way to maximize seating as well as sleeping space these sofa murphy beds from Montana Murphy Beds get both jobs done and even feature extra built-in storage on the sides.
If you’re happy with your existing bedding and just want to accent it with a few throw pillows Live Good’s 100% Certified organic line is a great option that also supports California artisans and local agriculture. Plus you can feel good knowing that all of their goods are devoid of pesticides synthetic fertilizers and irradiation.
With that in mind we have another lovely collection of kids’ bedrooms today and this time we delve into a style that allows you to use vivacious color diverse textures and loads of playfulness. It’s time to go tropical!
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.
The last few years have seen a steady increase in the desire of homeowners to move away from cookie-cutter design and glossy contemporary interiors towards a more unassuming stripped-down style.