Last updated on February 24th, 2019 at 05:30 pm
Custom, built in beds have been a popular trend in high end furniture over the last couple years. It used to be you had to have an architect or interior designer put together a sophisticated built in like the Modulux Bed above. But with so many HGTV shows and interior design websites, people often prefer to craft together their own designs now. We like Houzz, an interior design website that shows thousands of ideas when you search for “custom built in beds with integrated nightstands“. Our friends at Birdseye Builders in Richmond, Vermont have some of the most popular luxury bedroom built ins on this site.
If you’re looking for high end custom built ins for your home, check out our new Vermont made Moduluxe Built in Bedroom Furniture Collection by Copeland. This is a brand new, top quality, solid wood collection of modern, contemporary bedroom furniture. It’s designed to provide the clean, organized look of built in furniture at an affordable price. Moduluxe is, well… modular and sectional. You can choose from over 30 matching solid wood pieces: platform beds, chests, dressers, desks, mirrors and integral night stands. The furniture pieces are designed to attach to (or sit flush against) adjacent pieces.
Moduluxe is highly customizable online or in our showroom. There are many different chest, dresser and night stand sizes to fit your space. Storage beds are also available with four 8″ inch deep, sub-mounted drawers, providing plenty of inconspicuous storage. Customize Moduluxe in your favorite color too! There are 3 different natural woods (American black cherry, sugar maple, and American black walnut) and 12 different stains including black and white.
If a sophisticated, clean, organized bedroom is in your future check out what Moduluxe has to offer!
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This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.