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.
West Elm also makes an array of GOTS-certified organic cotton sheets and shams in fun prints and textures like an energetic Ikat and a billowy pintuck. The patterns can be purchased as a set but we think it’s a lot more fun to mix and match!
Shouldn’t the bedding that envelops you for five to nine hours a day follow the same kinds of health and ethical standards you set for other aspects of your life? Nowadays there are lots of options for organic bedding free of chemicals and synthetic fertilizers that also happen to be stylish and on-trend. Read on for some of our top picks!
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.
It’s true that some wall beds can be cost-prohibitive but check out this version built by the folks over at Your Modern Family for under just $150. It took them about four hours using materials you can find readily available at the hardware store like 2X4s plywood and door hinges.
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.
Whether they flip down from the wall or out from behind bookshelves these double-duty furniture pieces come in a bevy of different styles finishes and configurations. Read on for some of our favorite wall bed picks from sophisticated top-of-the-line models to affordable DIY versions!
Resource Furniture’s La Literal system provides the convenience of murphy beds with a modern minimalist look. The sturdy wood and metal construction allows you to open both beds or just one bed at a time depending on what the situation calls for.