If there is a part of our homes that we absolutely love to decorate and even try to redesign all the time, it is undoubtedly the children’s bedroom.
Kid’s bedrooms, areas where traditional decorating guidelines can be bent or even broken from time to time, can be filled with vibrant colors and patterns in ways not possible in adult bedrooms, living spaces or kitchens, with an incredible level of design freedom.
Of course, you also have to strike that difficult balance between what is possible and what your little one wants. This is truly a skill that requires expertise.
A LOFT BED THAT WINS A MINI STUDY AREA
In the absence of meters, an excess of ingenuity! In this children’s room you have gained a mini desk area without giving up two beds. The key has been planning a loft bed and taking advantage of the space underneath with another perpendicular, freeing up space for a small desk table.
A SMALL DESK TABLE FOR YOUR FIRST HOMEWORK
For drawing, crafting and writing your first words, this small desk is ideal. And it is that, for his first years of school, it is not necessary to have a large desk. Here, the decorator Begoña Susaeta has taken advantage of the space next to the window, with a blue envelope that integrates a pair of drawers to keep her desk utensils in order.
A HEADBOARD THAT CONVERTS INTO A DESK
Is your room small? Get together with custom furniture and convert every cm into useful space. Here, the decorator Cristina Pérez has planned a custom bed, which has allowed her to integrate an extra bed and drawers in the same space, and has extended the headboard as a comfortable desk, complete with a chest of drawers and shelves. Everything in the smallest space! Furniture custom designed by decorator Cristina Pérez.