It’s hard to believe but there are a lot of innovative things happening in kid’s bedroom. You thought they had everything they need, think again. Decorating a child’s room sounds so easy. It’s a deceiving task. You need to create a space that is adaptable to their age and taste. We all change what we like as we grow older, it’s natural. The space also needs to cater for having friends over but also function as a study space. It needs to be entertaining but not distracting. It needs to be a favorable atmosphere; we all need our own space to escape to. Whether you have one child or ten, we are all looking for more ways to use space efficiently. You want your child’s room to be innovative but space and money conscious. The following article will tell you how.
They are the best thing since sliced bread. This may be an overstatement but I need you to understand they are great things. A loft bed is basically a bunk bed without the bottom bunk. They come in single, double, queen and king. If you’re working with a tiny space this may just be the answer. Get creative with the space underneath the mattress. It can be a wardrobe, study area or just an area to relax. It’s the perfect opportunity to create a miniature man cave for a teenage boy.
Sometimes we have more than one child. It’s unfortunate but sometimes children have to share rooms. You may be lucky enough to have the liberty of using space for two single beds. Most people though will be looking towards the bunk bed option. The designs are available now from places like Bunkers Australia is astounding. It’s hard to not picture the bunk beds from camp when they are mentioned. They have come so far.
If only I had all day. The amount of storage ideas out there is phenomenal. There is no reason for some items not having a home. If you want to encourage your children to be tidy, organised and most importantly not have to pick up after them then you need to provide them with the right amount of storage.
Once you start shopping you’ll be surprised at the things available. Don’t be flabbergasted by the items available. Come up with a budget and a plan before you hit the shops. Stick to the budget. It’s only a bedroom. It doesn’t take a lot to create an inviting environment so don’t get out of control. It can be easy to lose sight of the final goal. Once again I must remind you; stick to the budget!
I love loft beds, especially if your kids have their own rooms, it gives you that floor space back to play in.ReplyDelete
We are getting our boys bunk beds pretty soon and I think I am more excited than they are! :)ReplyDelete
Because we live in a one-bedroom apartment, getting them loft beds and or a bunk bed would take up space, plus we have our queen sized bed, but I do want them to be in a bunk bed. That one you have is nice.ReplyDelete
My twins really enjoy their bunk beds and they are definitely a space saver.ReplyDelete
i do agree with you, having double bed is totally a big space saver.ReplyDelete