Save some space in the bedroom!May 21, 2014
It is one of the most common questions asked when it comes to designing, decorating and furnishing your bedroom (or any other room in the house). How can I save some space in my home?
The answer of course there isn’t really anything that you can to do to make the room bigger in space, but you can but some of our clever little hints and tips into action to make sure that you are using every spare inch of space that is available to you.
One of the best space saving places to start is with your wardrobe. Opting for a fitted wardrobe will easily make the most of the space that you have (especially since so many of them are designed directly to what you need and the room that you have).
You can also choose to perhaps downsize some of your furniture items; such as your bed for instance. Buying yourself plenty of room in your bedroom, whilst not cutting down on the storage that you have previously enjoyed.
But enough about the adults, what about the children? Is there a way of making the most of limited floor space for the little monsters to play on?
Children are messy by nature, in fact compared to other places throughout your home children’s rooms can so easily become cluttered and untidy. This is due to the sheer volume of toys, books and clothes can sometimes seem a little overwhelming when it comes to sorting out their room.
But just by putting some thought into what they need and if there are anyways that you can make a difference to amount of room that it will take up you can really make a difference to the sense of space in the bedroom.
Flexible space systems is one of the best options to keep in mind when it comes to children’s bedroom storage and furniture. They have their groundings in a fitted wardrobe; however Flexispace systems are designed with children in mind. Plenty of shelves and hanging rails and a variety of drawers and hidey holes ideal for your child.
These systems also grow with your son or daughter, allowing for a long lasting space solution that will stand the test of time.
Another option to consider when it comes to children’s bedroom furniture is that of the cabin bed; especially if they are built around the specifications of your room. Cabin beds bring together two very important worlds; that of order and organisation and of course fun and excitement.
Children will be so happy to sleep in their “tower bed” and you can be sure to have a smile on your face when you see the extra storage space that you have gained underneath the bed. This little cubby is the ideal place for toys, books and even TVs and gaming consoles as they grow.
These are just a few of the hints and tips that are key to keep in mind when it comes to placing and picking furniture for your bedroom. Whilst you may not be able to go for the smaller options, you can always buy smart furniture options and give the illusion of space where it may not otherwise be.