A child’s or a teenager’s room is a space that requires lots of attention when you get to decorate it. Every little detail is important and the focus needs to be on functionality but, at the same time, you have to be careful to create an appealing and fun décor so that they’ll love it. Choosing the furniture for this type of rooms is a difficult task. But there are a few things to take into consideration. Italian company Mariani Camerette proposes three creative solutions to help you along the way.
1. Choose mobile beds.
A child’s or a teenager’s room serves as a bedroom, as a living room and also as an office. It’s where they sleep, where they receive their friends and where they do their homework. It’s why it’s important to have a flexible interior design. The bed, for example, doesn’t need to be exposed at all times. When not used it would be useful to be able to hide it under a table for example. Another alternative, very practical in the case of shares rooms, is to have bunk beds or a compact bed with a mattress on rails that can be pulled out when needed. To save space, you could also opt for two-in-one pieces such as a bed and a desk.
2. Modular desks with extra storage.
The desk is an important element in any child’s or teen’s bedroom. It’s a must-have piece that, whether you like it or not, takes up space. In order to avoid having a cluttered room with lots of furniture all over the place, you can opt for compact desks or desks that have modular designs. For example, opt for a desk that also has shelves and other storage compartments built-into its design. A wall storage system is very useful.
3. Space-saving platforms.
Another great way of saving space in a room is to have a platform. The platform can be used to hide the bed while it can also accommodate other pieces of furniture on top and it can also provide extra storage space. It’s an option that works especially well in the case of kids’ and teens’ bedroom because of the overall casual décor these rooms usually have.