Published at Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 - 00:38:38 AM. Kids Beds. By Carvalho Ferreira.
It’s amazing, really, what some paint and a few knobs or dials will do on a kid’s bed, as evidenced by this particular spaceship replica. Notice the turbine-supported nightstands and the mural wall. Details like this can transform even the simplest of bed frames and even bedding into an exciting outer space experience. For the child who has a decided favorite color, a wooden bed frame might be the ideal way to turn that color into the bedroom’s palette foundation. A raised loft bed also provides limitless possibilities for the space underneath; it can be a desk, as is seen here, or a fort, or a play room, or a book nook.
The list of cool beds for kids continues with this custom room designed by Incorporated Architecture & Design for an apartment in New York. As you can see, it’s a rather compact structure that includes four cozy beds, each designed as a separate nook. The design is cool and space-efficient, a perfect combination that makes everyone happy and leaves enough space for a play area. Another fun and inspiring idea is offered by interior designer Barbora Léblová who worked on this boy’s bedroom. As you can see, the bed is nicely placed in the corner of the room and has a loft space above it with a ladder. That could be a fun play area or a second sleeping nook when friends stay over. The rest of the room is simple and has plenty of storage on open shelves and in drawers.
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