The new bedroom "designs" are available to view online and I am salivating over them. Fairly soon we (my husband and I) will be moving into the downstairs bedroom which is now buried in the lifetime accumulation of a twelve-year old girl. The aforementioned 'girl' will be sharing our bedroom with her ten-year old sister and their new sister soon to be adopted from Ethiopia. I can't wait to have three pre-teen girls sharing a room with all of their precious "stuff". It will be an adventure.
So to get on with it, our bedroom will soon be MUCH smaller than we have had. My grandmother's old veneer furniture will not fit, that is for sure, and it is questionable as to whether or not we will be able to have a king-sized bed anymore (imo essential to a happy marriage). So I keep my eyes open to new and interesting (and cheap) ideas for our "new" room. Ikea fits those requirements.
I love the use of space in the first picture and the second pics color combo of lime and purple is just yum-yum-yummy!!
This last pic would be a great way to design a kid's room that needs a lot of storage--turning that daybed into a regular bed for one child.
If you want more information about our adoption of four Ethiopian children you can check out my other blog: Our Adoption Journey.