24 Mar 10 Ideas For Children’s Small Bedroom
The children’s room requires a lot of attention to details and is arguably one of the most challenging ones. The reason is simple. The children’s room is the place where your children spend the most time, and their ideas change as the wind blows. One day they want one thing, the next day they have changed their mind. source: Vegas Interior Design
When operating with a small room for your children, it is essential to save space as much as possible. First thing first, keep the area clutter free. Even the most spacious room looks small when there is clutter, and a small room looks crowded. Ensure the floor is kept clear.
For the bed in a small children’s room, there are several options, but they all depend of the age of your little ones. If they are still toddlers, you want to incorporate a playground within their bed. Or at the very least, built some built in shelves into the bedroom to store their toys.
If your children are a tad older, bookshelves and book rail is the way to go. The best part is that many of these options can be made by yourself. If you are a nifty DIY person, a simple book rail is very easy to assemble and should not be a challenge.
Now, if the children are at an age they start using the computer, you need to incorporate a working desk within the room. The working desk can be very easily positioned under the bed, no matter if you have one or two children. The area under the bed is often underused and forgotten.
But it can be a nice corner to place a simple desk, a chair and a computer. People think the height is too low, but in reality, it is more than enough. Another way to save space in small children room is to use cube-style shelves for storage, as they can fit into the most awkward corners.
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