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.
There`s nothing that brings elegance to your bedroom like an eye-catching headboard. If you take a DIY approach, you can get a decadent look on a budget. For example, creating a “headboard” by hanging curtains behind a platform bed will add height and interest to your space. You can also use wallpaper to create a faux headboard for your bed, adding just the right amount of drama! Another idea: using a folding partition (shown below). Details at Martha Stewart.
From the loft spaces we move on to tiny niches and smart little nooks that have been turned into bedrooms by maximizing their potential. Once again, adding a bed to the small awkward corner is easy on the face of it all. But to give the apartment an aesthetic appeal and to make it work visually, you need to ensure that this previously lonely corner is now well-lit, charming and no longer ’forgotten’. The bed here needs to be tailored to exactly fit into the available space and using identical floating nightstands or even wall-mounted sconce lights, you can create symmetry and style. Apart from small niches being transformed into bedrooms, there is also the path of the gorgeous glass partition and a few drapes to get the job done. This one allows for free passage of light throughout the apartment and does not fragment the space visually even while bringing in privacy when needed.
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