The bunk beds, trundle beds and wood paneling are good options for organizing a children’s room where there are two, three or more siblings who have to share space.
Here are some examples of children’s rooms and youth that will aid you in planning your child’s room.
For greater leverage to save space and maintain order in the room, you can choose a trundle bed, and put furniture under the window with drawers.
For some children, the “jump” from the cradle to the bed is too big. In these cases, extensible beds are a great help for parents. They are only 80 cm. wide, but can be lengthened (80 cm. to 165 cm. and 200 cm.) as the child grows.
You can also choose a triple trundle bed, but in reality is a third bed.
To take advantage of the height, the bunks are ideal to take advantage of vertical space. Now featuring nests or drawers. For example, you can place a cross bunks and use the lower integrating desktop.