When we first moved into our cute little farmhouse all three rooms had no closet doors. I’m one of those girls that likes to keep my home really really clean. But in the occasion that I need to get some quick cleaning done, I toss my “I-don’t-know-what-to-do-with-you-pile” into the closet. We didn’t have closet doors, so you can see how this was a NEED TO DO project. I love the look of painted white paneling and I wanted to incorporate something a bit more sleek into our bedrooms. If you don’t know what we do for a living, head on over here to have a quick read. Our home is very rustic.
I’ve been dying to share this post with you. After searching for the perfect new bunk bed for our boys bedroom, we decided to come up with our own tutorial for a house bunk bed. House Beds are a huge trend right now. I saw my first house bed over a year ago and I fell in love and I swore that as soon as we built our daughter a toddler bed someday, I would make a super cute pink house bed, decorated in cute pom pom buntings and it would be perfect. Well, fast forward a year, and she’s only 16 months, still a ways away from being in a toddler bed. Then I had a idea! We are in the process of decorating our boys bedroom. and we needed to build them a new bunk bed set as their old set was massive and took up half their room. Bunk Beds, Loft Bed, Bunkbeds, Cheap bunk beds, build a bunkbed, Easy bunk bed, House Bed, built a house bed