Bunk Beds That Match The Children And Not Just The Room.





A child's room is a direct reflection of who they are. Even with minimal furniture, a child's character is sure to shine through the room one way or another. One of the best things you can do as a parent is promote the child's unique personality by putting furniture in the room that can only add to the child's character and development. If there are 2 children sharing the same room this can easily be achieved with bunk beds.


Nowadays, bunk beds are manufactured in a variety of styles and shapes. There are town over twin bunk beds, which are great for rooms that have limited space, singles over doubles and even full over full bunk beds. The bigger bunk beds are ideal for larger rooms and older children are more likely to accept staying in a bunk bed longer if they have a full size bed underneath.


The only limitation you have when you are selecting bunk beds for your children is your imagination and what you want the furniture to reflect about your child. The bed shown here is a good example of a simple yet bold piece of furniture for a couple of boys that are rugged and need something sturdy.


If you want the bed to be a mainstay of the room for a few years anyway, the best thing you can do is bring your children shopping with you for bedroom furniture. Sometimes they will chose something that you never would have considered and it will suit the room perfectly! At other times, caution must be exercised and a compromise reached between both the children and the parents. Sometimes they will chose something that you never would have considered and it will suit the room perfectly! At other times, caution must be exercised and a compromise reached between both the children and the parents.


Here is a modern kid's room that is fantastic for on-the-go kids that want a practical yet appealing room to stay and sleep in.




Everything in this room has a purpose and is completely functional. The shelves match the bed in a striking red while the room appears clean and tidy with the pure white acting as a contrast. The accent rug adds a homey atmosphere – just enough to tone down the modern look and make the bedroom a place to call home.



Designing the room

When designing your kid's’ bedroom think outside of the box and have some fun with it. Try to tie everything together including the curtains or blinds, paint colors and accessories. Bright vivid colors will add energy to the room while muted colors will add a more peaceful atmosphere. A combination of both can also be accomplished by using some creative juice and working with your kid’s character.


When a bedroom is designed from one end to the other with care and thought it can end up being a masterpiece! Think about how much time your child will be spending in his room over the course of the next few years and what he will accomplish in it. Is there a space set up for homework? Does the tone of the room offer the proper sleeping conditions? Will he have friends over that he needs to entertain?


Set a goal for the room, what types of energy you want to add to it and work together with your children to plan it out. This can end up being one of the most exciting projects you’ll ever work on and can be a creative bonding time for both you and your children.





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