Lydia C. Odell Kids/Teenager Room February 11th 2019, 11:06:31
Kids and teenagers always have so many stuff in their room, books, dolls, clothes, or any of their collection. No matter how large room parents have provided, it is never been enough. Thus, this is clear that the problem is not the number of room, but the strategy to arrange their stuff in their bedroom. A lofted bedroom is a good solution for it.
The lofted bedroom is a concept to maximizing as much space as possible, especially the vertical space. Using bunk beds and cabinets helps a lot. By using bunk bed, you can either have two beds or one bed in the upper place and a cabinet as a saving place in the bottom side. You can arrange it well in the bedroom under the modern concept design.
The combination of dark green and white is very good. Put the bunk bed in one side, and a desk with a chair and cupboard on another side. Put an arched lamp near the bunk bed to give sufficient lighting, especially the bottom side. Another option is a more colorful bedroom, with bunk bed side to side. The upper side is a place to sleep, while the bottom side is a saving unit. Coloring the room in grey and red. Also, put a red carpet on the floor, and hang some pictures in the wall to make the room more aesthetics.