Plan the accommodation of a small room includes considering windows, doors and age of the occupants. There are different types of beds to a room with limited space to work in an age appropriate and consistent style. Use creativity and some concessions to form a mutually pleasing decor.

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Windows

 

The windows provide light shower during the day but at night a window can create bursts. Do not put any bed under a window; instead, scans the idea of ​​pushing each bed along a wall without windows. They can be placed cross one another and perpendicular to the room, to achieve separation.

 

Doors

Typically, the bed is placed against the wall opposite the entrance to the bedroom . If space allows, put the beds on the wall across from the door and add a night table between the two beds shared. Depending on how narrow is the magazine and access to the cabinet, you may need to use this setting in the longest despite the position of the door wall.

 

 

Beds

A variety of beds, like bunk beds, captain beds and cabin type Nest offer useful solutions to most rooms tight. The beds are equipped studio with an upper sleeping area and a desk instead of another bed below. These versatile beds can be a welcome addition to the shared bedroom with twin beds and adolescent siblings addition. Type trundle bed with a bed ready to be pulled from under the bed, so the guest of your child is staying overnight, do comfortably. A cabin bed offers a built-in wardrobe and loft bed all in one.

 

Wardrobe

If closet space allows, put it in the closet, leaving extra floor space in the bedroom . More space means space for a small desk or additional play area.

 

Separator bedroom

To achieve peace in a “tight” situation, use a tension rod and curtain with large washers to divide and conquer the problem. Children of all ages will appreciate the privacy provided by a “wall” curtain that can be closed. Measure the distance across the room and buy a curtain rod a few inches bigger.

 

Decoration

The design style of a person is as individual as your DNA. Allows artwork and decoration on each side of the room blend with the personality of the child. Use storage boxes for under the bed for seasonal clothing and a stable mount for the TV. Although “roommates” must agree on the color of paint and share a lamp at night achieves a harmonious coexistence by many personal touches.