Space saving teenage bedroom for girls

Everyone knows how beautiful and yet hard is to be a teenager. But sometimes I wonder for whom is harder, for the teenager or for the parent. However, every parent tries to offer to his child the best. And for making him happier the first step could be a wonderful room where the teenager can feel in his own special and protective corner.

A teenager’s room has different needs than an adult one. First of all is all about having fun. The colors must be bright and happy and the design must always be modern. Besides all these, a teenager will probably not have a large room, but he will need a lot of space. This is why you should think about some tricks for gaining space.

Lollisoft SD by Clei created a unique teenage bedroom which pleases all the teenager’s demands. It is modern, colorful and attractive and combines the comfort with the utility.  The bedroom has two hide-away bunk beds, one on top of another. By night you can make one or two beds and by day you can hide them elegantly.

Also for gaining space the room has a fix desk with a sliding element for your computer, put in front of a bookcase. You will have access to the lower shelves by sliding your computer desk. This will be the ideal room for your teenager. Here he will have a great time, he will study with pleasure and he will be able to have a good rest after a stressful day at school.

Published by in Kids, on March 29th, 2012


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