Design. Sunday , November 13th , 2016 - 19:39:47 PM
If there is one general feature that describes all teenage rooms, that’s notorious mess. Teenagers know how to clutter, and they do it with such professionalism that cleaning takes ages to be completed. One of the reasons why this is happening is the huge pile of personal belongings they have no room for, and that’s at least something you can think of in advance. We recommend you to optimize your storage solutions, as for instance inbuilt storage bed frames and hidden drawers, adjustable shelving, memo-boards, or larger desks.
Depending on the number of children and the available space you can adopt more then two beds bounded between them like you see in these pictures of bunk beds: triple bunk beds or four bunk beds in the same room. Bunk beds design is adaptable in every room by simply changing the colors.
Assuming that you’ve already chosen a theme for your bedroom, there is no need to change it in the sitting area. The number of sitting areas depends on your lifestyle. For instance, if your kids have the habit of coming to the room to watch TV in the morning, while you’re checking emails on your desk, think of seating that is good for both purposes. ‘Living bedrooms’ on the other hand, are perfect with separate des chairs, couches, and conversation areas.