Drapery

While searching for images of bunk beds the other day, I came across several room shots with creatively used drapery and knew I had to share them here.  Some rooms use smartly installed fabric panels as partitioners to include privacy, while others use them purely for adding that touch of whimsey.  Whichever it is, drapery is a relatively easy way of changing up the feel of a place and/or adding extra “rooms” to a home without too much time or financial commitment.  I am loving how this idea can work with children’s spaces.

 

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^What a way to make a standard twin bed so grand!  Image source from Apartment Therapy.

 

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^A great example of mixing prints and giving each child their own little space even when sharing a room and bunk bed.  Image source here.

 

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^A cozy readying nook/den that can double as a guest room.  Image source here.

 

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^Recreate this look with curtain rods, some thick fabric panels, and one of Storkcraft’s Longhorn or Caribou bunk beds.  Image source here.

 

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^A fancier version, but easily doable DIY project using an extra fabric boarder panel along the top to hide the curtain rods/tracks.  Image source here.

 

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^Loving the colour and that iconic Marimekko printImage from Bestor Architecture.

 

Dawn

 

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