The barn door is the perfect way to bring some visual and textural beauty to a bedroom that seems all too monotonous. Irrespective of the theme and style of the room you can use the sliding barn door to introduce a unique pattern by choosing a pattern of wood that has not already been employed in the design of the room.
We all know how versatile IKEA’s Billy bookcases are and here is yet another cool use for them. Submitted to IKEA Hackers by Frondon of Germany this clever bed remains hidden behind two bookshelves until it’s time to go to sleep.
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.
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.
Today we take a look at that vary from the chic to the classic and yet each one seems equally captivating in its own unique way. With summer and fall ahead the style is also perfect for those looking to give their bedrooms a cheerful breezy and stylish look that can be easily morphed into a cozy winter feel with a few simple changes down the line.
Plush cowhide rugs accent walls draped in wood and a hint of shimmering copper in the form of a cool pendant light are all trendy ways that you can decorate your Scandinavian bedroom.
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!
We absolutely love Scandinavian bedrooms that feature a nifty sleigh or platform bed as this instantly becomes the focal point of the room without trying too hard. You can build on this by adding an exposed brick wall that is painted white custom bedside pendants a few black and white posters and an understated nightstand (probably an upcycled piece from an old tree stump) to complete a truly relaxing nature-centric bedroom design that is distinctly Scandinavian.