Kids Bedroom Design
Ideas for Small Spaces
Designing a kid’s bedroom is both fun and challenging, and if you’re working with a small space, it gets a touch more complicated. However, it's not impossible if you can be imaginative about the placement of certain elements in the room.
We have put together a list of 8 kids' bedroom design ideas to help you put together your toddler’s bedroom, even in a small space.
Bunk Beds for the Rescue
Kids Bedroom Design

If you are designing a shared kids’ bedroom, bunk beds can be the solution to your worries. These save space as you can fit two beds in that of one. Play around with fun wallpapers, bright colors, and quirky accessories to pull the entire room design together.

If your kids are between the ages of 6 and 16, these beds are great for them. Some bunk beds have storage space under or on the side of the bed, so you can store your kids’ toys or clothes in these draws. You can also find bunk beds that can be separated into twin beds.

These separable bunk beds are a great investment as you can keep using those beds even after your kids grow out of them.

Free the Floor With a Loft Bed
When you have limited space, you should start thinking out of the box to utilize every inch of the room, even vertically. A loft bed is the younger sibling of the bunk bed with a single bed raised close to the ceiling, freeing the floor space.
Most loft beds are multifunctional as the area below the bed is often used for study units, storage spaces, and closets. Even if you get a loft bed without these attachments, you can turn the space below into a play area. You can even replace the boring ladder or stairs with a fun slide.
Go for Multifunctional Daybeds

Another space-saving option for a bed is to get a daybed. As the name hints, a daybed is a hybrid of a sofa and a bed; during the day you can use it as a sofa, and during the night you can transform it into a bed. It saves space while making your kid’s small room clean without clutter.

There are several types of daybeds you can choose from; you can go for a sofa-like one if you want to focus on the aesthetics. But, if you want the daybed to function more like a bed than a sofa you can go for a trundle bed—a double-mattressed retractable bed that you can adjust into a sofa and a queen-size bed.

Mount the Furniture When Not in Use
Kids Bedroom Design

When speaking of space-saving furniture, we can't forget about mounted furniture. It is another great way to make the best of the limited space you have. From study units to beds to compact seating, you can find a variety of furniture that can make a small space functional and beautiful.

If you want your kids to have a more free space to dance or play in the room, you can go for a wall-mounted bed called a murphy bed. If you want to fit a study table in a small corner or in the entryway, you can go for a wall-mounted study unit.

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