Remember a time when going to bed in our childhood was only just the beginning of a new adventure ? We would build ourselves forts or hammocks just to escape the dullness of directly and righteously going to sleep.
by Beinfield Architecture PC / Photo credit: Michele Scotto
And even though the modern consumption world gives us everything already prepared, that slight atmosphere of improvisation and adventure should not go lost on a kid’s room. They see the world differently than adults, and what seems to us a perfectly practical bed or writing desk, a child’s mind will turn it into something from a fictional world. Let’s look at some kids’ room designs that celebrate imagination and serve kids while growing to the ages all the while preserving creativity.
Loft beds or bunk beds
We’ve talked about the special nature of loft beds and, when faced with some, each of us has probably chosen to sleep in the upper bed. There is something about sleeping or even playing at this height that for some reason just seems much more attractive than the floor or a classic bed. But most of all, it is a way to experience space and arranging such a layout can contribute with some ingenious space saving solutions.
by Leone Design Studio