Decorating a small bedroom can be a challenge, but there are some furniture choices which can help. Finding beds that provide sleeping arrangements for more than one person or that can tuck away during the day can make the most of limited space. The following options are both efficient and beautiful to make an aesthetically pleasing room while occupying as little area as possible.
Shared area can benefit by using bunk beds. The stacked beds occupy less floor space that can be used by kids as play area. Older children can use space offered by bunk beds for study desks or bookshelves. Some bunk beds offset the two beds in an L-shape instead of stacking one directly on top of the other, and include a built in bureau or desk. Ladders are mostly used to get to the top bunk. Some latest designs have steps that are not as steep.
Trundle beds have a second frame and mattress that slide below the main bedding and can be pulled out when required. Trundle beds are mostly used by a guest for the occasional sleepover although they can be used during night in a shared bedroom.
A daybed acts as a couch during the day and transforms into a bed at night. They come in a range of colors and styles to suit any decor. The Metal headboard and footboard bring a touch of class to the room. Depending on a person’s preference the pillows on the back of the couch can be firm or fluffy. A daybed can conform to any style, taste, or desire.
A sleigh bed is a good addition to a large bedroom if space is not an issue. The headboard is much larger than the footboard and both roll outward at the top. The overall look resembles an old fashioned horse drawn sleigh, thus the name. They made their way to America from France in the 19th century where sleigh beds remain a popular option for many people.