Published at Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 - 00:08:03 AM. Kids Beds. By Eydis Rodriguez.
You can achieve a contemporary calming, coastal effect in a kids’ bedroom even without sand dollars and sea stars on the walls simply by choosing a sea-inspired duvet. This unique setup of bunk beds makes the bedroom feel individual and custom, plus a ladder makes everything awesome (unless your kids are super young; then the ladder just makes things scary).Teen beds can be a little tricky, to catch the transitional life phase just right. But they can also be surprisingly simple if you don’t overthink it. A ballet slipper pink accent wall gives the headboard wall a nice, albeit sweet, edginess, and oversized polka dot bedding makes this simple, slim bed design with floating nightstand an attractive bed that’s neither too young nor too old.
A simple platform-like bed frame allows for a variety of styling options, and this version is inspiring. A rush-colored headboard with stuffed animal pocket is creative and sweet. White bedding is easy to care for (hello, bleach industry). And a few colorful pillows can be used on the bed itself or around the room, as seats, hot lava reprieves, or any number of things.In a bedroom that sleeps two but where bunk beds aren’t the best option, this setup is a contender for the win. The beds are nearly identical in look, and their muted, soft hues work beautifully with the muted aqua wall. Built-ins give the appearance of a headboard but allow the space to be as functional as it is lovely.
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