Small Bedroom Solutions

Written by Serena Berger
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Many children are used to having small bedrooms, but that does not mean that they have to have limited space. There are several things that you can do to maximize the amount of floor space on which your child can play in his bedroom. Some of these small bedroom solutions involve purchasing additional pieces of furniture while others simply involve working with what you currently own.

Loft Beds as Small Bedroom Solutions

If your children share a bedroom, two beds can take up a lot of space. One option is to get a pair of bunk beds, but then you face the inevitable question of who gets the top bunk. As an alternative, you should consider purchasing a loft bed system. This can accommodate a regular bed underneath, leaving both of your children with plenty of space. You could also get two loft beds and put both children's furniture underneath them.

For children who do not have to share a bedroom, loft beds can eliminate the need for multiple pieces of furniture. Many loft beds have a dresser and other storage compartments built into them. If you do need to purchase additional furniture for extra storage, many furniture stores sell loft beds and other furniture units that are part of the same collection.

If your children have lots of toys cluttering the floor, the simplest way to create the perception of extra space is to help them clear the floors. You can purchase containers such as crates, that easily fit into closets. Adding shelves can also increase the amount of space available to your children by giving them somewhere to place books and other belongings.


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