Some homeowners become stuck in a rut when it comes to designing and run out of ideas for decorating before they can put the final touches on their homes. Others just don’t know where to gain inspiration for their creativity and end up with the same design ideas over and over again. This is especially true of the kids’ rooms, where space doesn’t provide for lavish décor and ideas about what kids like and want can become a bit monotonous in the minds of an adult. However, if you start with the right children’s bedroom furniture, you can make great things happen in a stylish and imaginative fashion, even with affordable kids’ beds rather than designer furnishings.
Start with something simple, like the different options for kids’ beds. You don’t have to include a plain standard twin bed or even a full size bed in your child’s room to make magic happen. Instead, get a little creative with your design. For example, whether you have a boy or a girl, daybeds can be an option you shouldn’t discount. While this design aspect has been traditionally touted as a girl’s bed, it can also work in a young man’s room, decorated with deeper, masculine colors and a less feminine design and material (perhaps silver, wood, or wrought iron). This will work for him as it would for a female child, providing him with sleeping quarters at night and seating during the day.
Kids’ bunk beds will always function for you in a room where two children must share the space. You have the opportunity to sleep two children in the space of a single twin bed, leaving more floor space for desks to complete school work and dressers where clothing can be stored. For the latest designs for boys and girls in this and other styles of bedding you can find excellent products online that are widely varied, high quality, and easy on the pocketbook.
Kids’ storage beds can be a real blessing as well, eliminating the need for additional furniture like a dresser and/or a toy box or other storage device due to the inclusion of drawers in the headboard and footboard areas and sometimes a large storage bin beneath the mattress.
Even children not sharing a room can get creative and have the benefits of a bunk with loft beds, which are elevated beds that resemble the top half of a bunk bed. This provides living space beneath the fun, elevated bed so that a work desk or storage space (like a dresser or toy box) can be kept under the bed, therefore eliminating the need for extra floor space for these items. As a bonus, these beds are just as much fun for your child as a bunk bed would be, with the coveted “top bunk” being the automatic default for the inhabitant with no additional bunk or roommate over which to fight! These are also available through a number of quality manufacturers, including South Shore Furniture, with promises of sturdy construction and always the best materials possible in use.