Interior Décor

A Trick for Small Children’s Bedrooms

Floor space is something that not all children’s bedrooms are blessed with. Most houses are designed to spare just enough space for kids’ bedrooms. A small room is not entirely bad, but the problem comes when the kids’ stuff such as clothes, toys, school supplies and the like start to pile up as days, months and years go by. Young as they are, it is not for the kids to think of a solution to this trouble.

As a parent, you are the one faced with the challenge of coming up with innovative ways to maximize your child’s rooms space. Sure, you can just throw or give away some of the things that they won’t need anymore but it would still not give you the space you need. So, if you’re looking for a way to store their stuff properly, here’s what you can do: investigate getting the right kind of kid’s beds.

A lot of children’s beds have been flooding the market nowadays. There is the simple, single kids bed frame, like those you see on this website. Because it is intended for single occupancy, it doesn’t require too much floor space. It also costs less than other types of bed which may have additional features other than serving as a children’s bedstead. You could save space if you get one of these. However, it may not be effective in solving the lack of storage problem.

Another type that could save space in the room is the bunk bed, also known as double-deck bed. Two bunks are placed one over the other with a ladder on one side for the user to reach the upper bunk. If you have two kids but cannot afford to give each a separate room, then a bunk bed should be of help. You don’t even have to get another single bed. However, just like the single bed frame mentioned above, it also doesn’t solve the storage shortage.

Now storage divan bed on the other hand, can possibly cater to your needs. This type of beds comes with built-in pull-outs which can be drawers or another bed. If the pull-out is a bed, it could serve like a bunk bed (two kids in one bed). The pull-out drawers are a good deal as well since it gives you added storage space.

If you’re really after space-saving but wouldn’t want to compromise your child’s enjoyment and style, then a cabin bed could be the one for you. Like a bunk bed, it has an upper bunk and like a divan bed, the lower space is turned into a cabin which may serve as panels or series of drawers, shelves or other functional fixtures. You may even find styles and designs that have built-in study or work table.

Choosing the right one among the multitude of kid’s beds choices is one trick you could apply to maximize your child’s rooms space. If that’s the case, you might want to look on this one: the Julian Bowen Barcelona White Double-Sided Sleep Station. It is made from solid pine wood and stone white in colour. It has two storage cupboards in one side, four wide drawers in front which is beside a shelf space that could serve as a bookcase. The pull-out study table should also be taken good note of. It is perfect for either a boy or a girl.

Surely, there are a lot to choose from so maybe you would want to search for kids’ beds designs, styles and types first before buying one. It is always better to weigh the options first before jumping into getting one.