Small Space Shared Kids’ Room and Storage Ideas
This wonderful kid’s room belong to Lili and Daryl’s children. They make use small space for two children. they have sweet decor and creative storage. They give amazing touch at every single thing in this room. This room has cozy closet with attractive design.
Thanks to the gender-neutral, high-energy, mid-century modern design of their shared bedroom, Evander and Frankie’s parents, Lili and Daryl, enjoy the space almost as much as their kids do.
Adorable Clutter Catch-Alls
Keeping kids’ spaces free of clutter can be a herculean task, especially in one space shared by two children. By choosing bins which double as decoration, such as these from 3sprouts.com, kids will be more encouraged to keep their things organized and put away.
Curtain Drapery Trick
Had the toddler bunk bed been centered on the exterior wall, the oddly placed window would have thrown off the room’s symmetry. By covering the entire wall with floor-to-ceiling draperies, then centering the bed on the wall, the space instantly became more balanced. In order to install the floor-to-ceiling draperies seamlessly, a hospital track was added to the ceiling with screws.
Double the Rods for Double the Clothes
To maximize the interior of the closet for housing Evander and Frankie’s hanging clothes, two rods are installed on each side of the closet. The open space below the hanging clothes is dedicated to laundry.
A Cosy Closet Nook
To free up square footage in Evander and Frankie’s bedroom, their closet was outfitted both as a clothes-hanging space and as a concealed workstation for crafts and homework. The central column was made from MDF (medium density fiberboard) that provides open storage as well as a child-height desktop. To add a burst of high-energy flair to the closet and break up the dark charcoal color throughout the rest of the room, the closet’s walls were painted red-orange.
Kitchen Cabinets as Concealed Storage
Adding a focal point was a main design element for Evander and Frankie’s bedroom. By installing ready-made kitchen cabinets to the wall, then adding graphic interest with vinyl decals in the shape of a fawn and a buck in the forest, the twins have concealed storage that also doubles as an art installation.
Bedding x 2
Doe, a Deer, a Decal Deer
Graphic decals from sissylittle.com instantly turn basic, ready-made cabinet door fronts into bold works of art. To install these, all that’s needed is scissors to cut the shapes from the supplied sheeting, and a burnisher or a wallpaper smoothing tool to spread the vinyl out and remove any air bubbles.
Pillows with a Personal Touch
Graphic Art to Grow On
When choosing art for kids’ rooms, it’s wise to stick with subjects that have easily identifiable, graphic shapes. This 1970s graphic art of a family of partridges comes from an online purchase at artthatfits.com. To give it a high-end, unfussy look, it is framed with a brass-toned floating frame.
Classic Chairs for Kids
Classic modern chairs are ideal for kids’ rooms not only because the style is timeless, but because the rounded, biomorphic shapes of the chairs lack sharp corners which could be harmful for active children.
Upon entering their room, Evander and Frankie are greeted by a lightweight pair of wire mid-century modern chairs that instantly turn the open, airy center of the room into a welcoming reading space. When it’s time for play, the chairs are simply moved to another room.
Weave In Some Storage
Now You See It, Now You Don’t
Bunks Are a Must
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Toddler-size bunk beds are an excellent space-saving furniture option for children under the age of seven. Thinner and less wide than twin-size beds, toddler-size beds use up less space, thus allowing extra chairs or tables to fit into the room.