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Kids Bedroom Furniture Ideas
Kids often get the smaller rooms of the house because they do not need as much furniture. Of course, if you find that you have very little space in your child’s bedroom, you have to figure out a good plan for setting up the furniture. Your kid might need some extra space to play with toys or possibly add a TV or computer for recreational purposes. Out of all the furniture in the room, the bed will take up the most space and you can do something about that by considering getting a smaller bed with matching bedding. However, this can be quite an issue if you have 2 kids which means, of course, that you will need more space for beds. Other bedroom furniture may need to be sacrificed as a result. But before you do that, look at the room as whole and see if there is lots of vertical space. If there is, you can make use of bunk beds instead so you can maximize the available space in the room. Typically bunk beds have the same width and length as ordinary beds so you really save space. Additionally, along with the space saving benefits, bunk beds may also save some money over buying separate beds.
If you are worried about variety, there are various types of bunk beds to choose from and many of the modern designs are very safe and easy to assemble. Wooden bunk beds are very common because they are sturdy and you can choose from a number of colors to best match the ambiance of the room. Trundle bunk beds can even save you more space because they feature hideaway drawers where you can put another mattress in case another guest sleeps over. Other drawers might be provided so you can store some clothes and even toys or games.
A loft bunk bed is a special type of bunk bed. In this configuration, a bed and mattress is placed on the upper level while the first level can have a desk, and/or chest of drawers, or even a play area. Other arrangements utilize the loft bed as a second upper bed, placed at 90 degrees to the twin bunks, thus providing three beds in a limited space. The resulting L shape can easily fit in the corner of a room. This arrangement might also help resolve the issue as to who gets the upper bed.
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