The bedroom is one of the most important rooms in the home. It's where you spend most of your time, so it's worth making sure that it's organized, comfortable, and fun. The same goes for your kids' bedroom. It's where they spend the most time, so make sure that it's a safe and pleasant space for them. Here are space-saving tips for designing your kids' bedrooms:
Pay attention to the dimensions of furniture, and measure everything out before buying. This will help you know what you have room for and how much storage space you need to complete your design. Consider using under-bed storage options, a bookshelf unit, or built-in cabinets that provide plenty of room when closed and save room when open. Rather than taking up space for decorations in your kids’ rooms, incorporate toys as part of the design. For example, if your daughter loves collecting stuffed animals and dolls, display them on shelves as storage and cute decor.
Your kids' bedroom should be tidy and clutter-free, but it can get messy easily. Try to keep the number of toys and other items in the room to a minimum. When they're grown up, they'll appreciate knowing that there were only a few toys once. This helps create a “clean slate” for them each day and keeps the room looking tidy. You can store toys in boxes in the closet or under the bed.
It can be to your advantage to have your kids share a room. You can use space-saving furniture in this case. For example, bunk beds are a great option for using less room. You can also get desks that can seat two people instead of buying a desk for each of your kids.
Built-in cabinets are excellent for organizing your kids' bedroom, but you can also use them to hide clutter. Try putting it up high if you want to keep a decorative item (like artwork or a lamp) on your kids' dresser. If you have an overhead light, use that to display your item instead of taking up space on the dresser itself.
Cabinets, beds, desks and nightstands are all staples of a room. When you have children, all of these are required to store toys or other items. The organization of each of these items will help save space by providing more storage space in the room. If you have trouble seeing things in your bedroom, try using a wall-mounted rack for the bedside table or a shelf unit underneath the bed to store items that are tough to see.
Room dividers will help provide the space you need for your kids' bedroom while keeping the toys under control. Buy a larger room divider, or use smaller dividers to section off toys by category. For example, you could organize toys by color and size. When you have more storage, less mess occurs in the room because it is more organized, and there is little confusion about where things should go.
These are just a few space-saving tips for designing your kids' bedrooms. To create a pleasant and organized bedroom space, follow these tips, and you will find that it is easier to give your kids more space while keeping them happy.