Instead of going the traditional bunk bed route for her 7-year-old daughter’s room, Annisa of A Pretty Happy Home wanted the versatility that a trundle offered (storage or extra sleeping space). She says, “I pictured sleepovers with giggling girls, but also the possibility of storing off-season clothing or sports gear. Sure, it took us some [...Read More]
Becky from Reinventing the Ordinary loved the look and functionality of a Pottery Barn storage bed for her daughter’s college room but needed a cheaper alternative. Surprisingly, college tuition doesn’t really leave an extra $1000 sitting in the bank for a bed! Becky created a fabulous $100 version with some beadboard, molding, and plywood that fit their needs (and budget) to perfection!
Ever since Shannon from Bohemian Junktion’s son left for college, bed in tow, his room has sat empty. When it came time for spring break and her son’s arrival home, Shannon knew he would obviously need a place to sleep and came up with a plan that involved moving her high school daughter’s bed into her son’s room and building a cottage-y storage bed for her daughter. The really impressive part is that her teenage daughter is the one who actually built the bed using plans from Ana White. You go girl!
Rachelle from Adventures in Creating recently completed a big boy bed for her son following plans from Ana White. I so love the storage component of this design. It doesn’t take up any extra space in the room and adds to the décor when paired with some cute little baskets. Rachelle says this is her [...Read More]
Most of us with bambinos would probably agree that we love the benefits of children’s beds with drawer storage underneath. In addition to having a great finished look, they are ideal for hiding the clutter that’s inherent to children’s rooms. Kristen from Pink Toes and Power Tools devoted a whole lot of time to planning [...Read More]
Kate from Twenty-Six To Life built this gorgeous bed from plans from the knock off plan girl herself Ana White. I love this design because I love under bed storage. After all, who couldn’t use a few more storage places in their house? The original inspiration is from the Stratton Bed from Pottery Barn. Go [...Read More]