Bedroom Interior Designs — April 29, 2011 at 12:55 pm

Use Bunk Beds For Space In Bedroom Interiors

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Bunk Beds

Bunk Beds

Children must have perfect bedrooms, so that the atmosphere they grow up in is adequate for their development. The rooms must be spacey, easy to maintain, hard to damage, and most of all, comfortable. The aspect of comfort mainly comes from the bed in the room. With two children, your problem becomes even tougher to solve. Two beds take up more space, and may cause a room to become cluttered, and that is something that must be avoided at all costs.

A bunk bed takes up much less space in a room, and in turn, gives a lot more. Two children can sleep in an area only one child can when there is a single bed. I’ve always liked bunk beds for some reason, maybe because they seem more informal than usual beds. They give a child a sense of home. To crawl into a bunk bed while the other sibling is climbing into the other, is a feeling very few are fortunate to experience.

This bunk bed is simple and very well designed. The frame of it is a light colored, smooth wood. The brown seems to be churning along with a shade of cream, which makes the bed frame look great alongside white. The white mattresses are pure and seem to be glowing white.

The sides of the bed frame are not brown, but white. One side consists of six little boxes, which can be used for putting books or other things. The ladder, made of four ordinary rungs, is easy to access. This bed also makes sure of the safety of the child sleeping in the top bunk. The wooden beam on it prevents him or her from falling.

This bunk bed is appealing, attractive, and pretty because of the colors used in it- brown and white. It is easy to maintain since it is structured so uncomplicatedly. It is safe as well, because of the wooden beam on the top bunk as well as the fact that it is not that high above the ground. It is perfect for a child’s bedroom and can fit in anywhere.

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