Published at Saturday, 08 September 2018. bedroom. By Isabelle Trixie.
In the tiny kids’ bedroom, the bunk bed is largely about functionality. Aesthetics take a back seat here and homeowners tend to be happy with a design that works at its most basic level. But the design from Another Studio combines efficiency with fun motifs and energizing design to offer the best of both worlds. Little windows with whimsical charm also add to the beauty of the overall, standalone unit.
Whether you prefer a guest room in white with shabby chic allure or something much more cozy and charming with a mountain cabin-inspired look, using twin beds doubles the visual impact of you chosen style. And in case two of your friends decide to show up on the same weekend, you will not have to force them to share the same queen bed or relegate one to the living room daybed sofa.
Think of rustic style, and the first thing that comes to mind are large logs and rough wooden surfaces that define the walls and the ceiling. While such a look is not natural for most modern homes, you can give your kids' bedroom a special makeover by adding a few beams to define the ceiling and add warmth to the room. One of the best ways to go about this is by turning the attic into a cool kids' bedroom, as the sloped ceiling adds to the rustic style. Apart from ushering in the winter cabin look that you are after, wood also adds plenty of textural contrast to the space and gives the bedroom a soothing yet fantastic ambiance.
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