Working with a tight space, designer Kristina Crestin made the bedrooms as functional as possible, with built-in nightstands for storage, floating shelves above and sconces to keep surface space open. To bring in a little unexpected, an old front door was repurposed into a barn door.
The barn door was a clever idea to open up the space, getting rid of a swinging door. Storage and space was the biggest challenge in this room because of the small footprint.
A clever use of a small footprint, designer Kristina Crestin came up with the idea to put a queen sized bed together with a twin bunk bed, thinking a family could fit into the small space. To the right of the queen bed, a closet holds essential storage. Black pipe fittings provide a safety component to the twin bed, but also add a little industrial flair.
A budget-friendly pine V-groove in a semi opaque wash on a warm grey was chosen for the walls so they wouldn't compete with the barn board ceiling.
The guest room was a great space to have a little fun, pairing some fun, white animal heads with a found vintage chair. Layering elements to add to the story of the space.