After two-child policy, there are more and more families with two children. If conditions are good, one child has one bedroom, but most are relatively popular, with two children and one bedroom. I have seen too many double children's rooms with bunk beds, is this smartest design method? Facts prove that this is not case. When children are small, climbing is not so safe. Take a look at design recommended to everyone today. This way of loading, storing is more sufficient, and overalls are more practical and safer!
In fact, for a bedroom, even if it is only 5-6 square meters, you can implement a children's bed, a play area, a desk, etc.
Upper and lower bunks like this one have climbing capability and you have to climb up to get onto bed. It is still very dangerous for young children.
Two beds are against wall, and middle part can be used as a storage cabinet. The remaining space is a particularly spacious study area, and division of space is more reasonable.
The gaudy space between two beds can also be used so it doesn't go to waste, and the dust is easy to take care of.
The bottom of bed can also be used as storage space, space above is open and light in room can be brightened up!
Even gaudy space in middle can be used to build shelving all way to top. There is no barrier between upper and lower shelves, and it is more convenient for children to communicate with each other, improving relationship between sisters or brothers.
The space in middle is best made interactive.
Turn it into a bookshelf or corner cabinet and read a book before bed. And it is also a very leisurely and convenient thing for educating children's feelings!
It can even be turned into a small closet for storing personal clothes.
Here is a photo of a double baby bed being built on site. Did you recognize alternative tatami design?