bedroom furniture. Wednesday , May 24th , 2017 - 11:07:16 AM
Often, there is a need for a toy box, dresser, or other storage mechanism in a child's room to hold clothes, toys, and miscellaneous items. However, you can do away with one of these pieces of furniture by opting for kids' storage beds, which can have a large storage space beneath the mattress and even drawers as the headboard and footboard. Using this can clear the space taken up by another large item in the room, therefore maximizing the floor space.
Very often the bedroom is combined with a playroom, so you need to divide it into zones. Create at least two different spaces one for fun and one for sleep and leisure. While the sleeping zone has to be clutter-free and relaxing, the play zone can be more colourful fun... and yes, a bit disorderly...
The first idea can be done without buying anything new. All you have to do is rearrange your furniture. Most bedrooms have more than one wall that the bed can be placed against, so rearranging the furniture into a new, but still functional, sequence should still be feasible. This alone can help you feel excited about your "new" room.
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