Published at Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 - 08:08:14 AM. Kids Beds. By Zaklina Lopez.
One strategy for infusing a theme or concept into a space without actually building that thing (such as making a bed feel like a treehouse instead of building an actual treehouse) is to use your wall space creatively. Painting a tree or attaching a decal near a raised bed, for example, makes the space feel like a magical mattress in the trees…but without the mosquitoes and chilly nights.You don’t have to address her as “Your Majesty,” of course, but you can treat her like royalty with a ceiling-height curtain drapery. It doesn’t take up any extra bedroom space, and it negates the need for a headboard, so this kids bed idea gets a lot of visual bang for its real estate buck.
Kids are tiny and fragile compared to us but they’re not always gentle. And you definitely want the furniture in their room to be sturdy and durable so check these features before you buy a bunk bed. Give it a good shake and see what happens.One of the best design hacks to make most vertically challenged room gorgeous is the use of low bunk beds. If your ceilings are too low that they make your small bedroom appear a bit cramped, this article is just right for you. Ceilings are a vital part of any room, as they create a sense of freedom and added height.
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