Multifunctional bedroom

It is always a challenge to get all the necessary functionality out of a kids room. Because let’s face it: while everyone may dream of having a playroom, study room and a bedroom for every child, in reality most people have kids sharing a bedroom and with the living room doubling up as formal sitting room, TV room and playroom.

Have a look at these great space-saving, free-standing and cost-effective ideas for rooms that needs to sleep, educate and entertain.

This has to be my favourite: Simple bunk-bed construction with bottom bed perpendicular to create 2 study-spaces on both sides. LOVE IT.  From Restoration Hardware.

If space is tight, a little ledge-desk like this one from Art Data is perfect. Use normal L-shaped shelving brackets with a 400mm deep top.

Very charming boy-girl combination rooms from Minimoi showing that you don’t have to sacrifice pink or blue!

This reminds me of a scene from The Sound of Music. I love the little individual touches that each bed has, as well as the storage bin & chair combination at the foot-end. From InteriorHolic.

What a fantastic idea to visually divide a room! From Ikea (via A Cup of Jo) – which is now also conveniently available in SA through Nevada Furniture.

A simple study corner created by simply pushing 2 desk together. But the focus of course is the shelving above: a similar look can be achieved with timber boxes or crates in various sizes.

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