Building cabinet beds is an excellent way to create privacy in a shared room while creating a unique kids decor. If space allows, two cabinet beds can be placed in opposite corners of the room, giving each child their own "hide-out" to sleep and play in. Plans for cabinet beds are available online, but a simpler solution is to use tall bookshelves to create a "room" with the bed inside. Replace the paper backing on ready-to-assemble bookshelves with medium density fiberboard, position the shelves around the bed, and bolt the shelves together. A door or drapery can be added for extra privacy, if needed, and the shelves add much needed storage space. The interior of the bed cabinet can be painted to suit each child's taste in kid's decor. With the addition of a fold down, wall-mounted desk, floating shelves, wall art or wall baskets, and each cabinet can be customized for study, play, or just hanging out.
You will want to give your young explorer plenty of places to store their toys and treasures, as well as keeping plenty of floor space available for play time. Aside from drawers and chests, it's often helpful to look into multi-level shelving units that give your child a place to put toys and books, while affording you higher display shelves for keepsakes and special memories.
For another great way to let your kids decorate their rooms themselves and express themselves is incorporating cork board throughout the room. Cork is available in tile squares so you can customize the size and shape of your cork board wall decoration. You can use natural cork, painted cork, or patterned cork with stripes, polka dots, and more designs. And as they grow, they can pin up some of their favorite things, ticket stubs, and mementos.
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