When organizing a youth bedroom we must take into account several aspects so that the final distribution is the most appropriate for our needs.
In today’s post, we give you some tips to achieve it.
The meters, the fundamental question
Space is the most determining element.
Depending on whether we have more or less meters, the possibilities are different.
That is why it is very important to measure the bedroom and measure the furniture to see the different combinations that we can make and know which is the best.
We also have to take into account the distribution of certain elements such as plugs, radiators or windows.
As well as if there are any pillars or beams that can hinder the placement of the furniture.
Finding the ideal bed
Once we are clear about the space we have and the possible distribution of the bedroom, the most important thing is to choose the bed.
There are many possibilities, from trundle beds, folding beds or bunk beds, regardless of whether it is a single or shared bedroom.
If it is individual, a compact bed that includes storage space can be a great choice.
Save space and also the extra storage never hurts.
There are designs that also incorporate an extra bed, ideal for inviting friends to sleep.
The folding beds are ideal when the bedroom is small.
Since when we are not using it, it can be saved and leave that space to play or perform other activities.
If the bedroom is to be shared, bunk beds are usually the best option.
They occupy space upwards and leave free meters for the rest of the furniture.
The essential elements in a youth bedroom
In addition to the bed, which is the essential element, a bedroom must have a good desk.
As our children grow, their school obligations also grow and homework and exams become common.
For this reason, they must have a suitable study space in which they have everything they need to feel comfortable.
The study area must be well lit, so when placing the desk we must take into account that there is a window near which to receive natural light.
If this placement is not possible, make sure that there is a nearby socket to connect a lamp, as well as the rest of the electronic elements that you may need when studying.
It is also essential to reserve a space in the distribution for leisure.
Our children must have a place in their bedroom to play, read or relax.
If possible, it would be good if this area were separated from the study area to differentiate the different spaces in which they are carried out.
In this case, it would be ideal if the size of the bedroom gave us to place an armchair, puff or small sofa, since this way in their leisure time, our children could sit there.
The important thing in the distribution of the furniture is to try to make the most of the space we have.
In this way we will create a feeling of spaciousness and our children will feel comfortable in their bedroom.