If your children share a room seize every available corner in your bedroom will be one of your biggest headaches. We want to help with the distribution of stay and, therefore, we bring you some ideas to optimize space in shared rooms. This is all sleeping and living in it feel comfortable and have some privacy. We tell you how.
To get the most out of the dormitory rooms as furniture are the best option because this way you can play with every nook and available square meter. For example, for one – bedroom rectangular the train type are the most interesting and can leave trundle below as to have an extra bed if a friend comes to sleep. Playing with heights you can find site to introduce storage systems.
If the room is long and narrow, the best solution is to place two beds online, using one of the walls. Place shelves in the remaining space above and drawers under the beds and thus get an extra storage.
For very small rooms the trundle bed is a good alternative. During the day is room for children to play or do their homework and evening just have to pull the bed down so that the two can sleep. They also tend to wear drawers and storage space for books, toys or clothes, so with the same furniture have covered various needs.
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The bunk beds are the handiest furniture when the room is shared and we want to maximize the space available, or when the bedroom is not too big … so only use one wall and we can use the rest to place a desk, cabinets or any comfortable.
For elongated bedroom, distribution L is very appropriate. If you place the beds at different heights to be able to place a cabinet under the berth and a place to play on the foot of the bed.
The folding bunk beds are much more practical than normal. They remain closed during the day, so the room is free to play or study comfortably. At night, you just have to open them. Can put them in parallel or one above the other, and also use this unit as a storage area. The front of the literes you can decorate to match the rest of the room, or paint it with blackboard paint so that the smallest squander creativity. There are horizontal or vertical bunk, some even with desk table included.
The study area
Depending on how you put the beds can have the study area. If you put online on the opposite wall you can put a long board for both study comfortably in that space. There are compact furniture that incorporate space to study. You can also put a folding bunks in the wall and leave the other two for the worktable, as in the picture above this article.
Keep the order
Whichever option you choose, the most important thing is to maintain order so that the space isn’t saturated and children are comfortable in your room. To help in this task you can enter storage systems with wheels so that later picked up at a corner of the room and not be all in the middle. Also, put shelves and shelves on the walls to maximize space vertically.Tags: optimize space, shared rooms