The use of walls
Ikea In this room, what saves space is the use of the walls. So, instead of opting for different bulky pieces of furniture, we opted for a narrow shelf fixed to the wall that serves as an office. And when you add doors in certain places, the board also creates storage.
A lounge corner furniture
Ikea No place to install storage spaces and a small relaxation area for reading? Don't hesitate to mix the two! It is then enough to place cushions on a low storage unit to transform this space.
Ikea And if you lack storage, rather than installing a reading corner on the base unit, add another storage unit. Indeed, by stacking the furniture you will gain storage space by exploiting the entire wall surface in height rather than on the floor.
La Redoute To accommodate two children in the same space, save floor space by opting instead for bunk beds. Children will keep a nice space to play.
Bunk beds for three
Purpose Are your children three? Also note that there are bunk beds for three children history that sleeping takes the place of only one bed and that your children can play freely.
Four children in the same room
Maisons du monde Not enough room for all the children? Then transform the largest room into a dormitory like a summer camp. And rather than aligning the beds, opt for two pairs of bunk beds so that there is room to play!
A bed with drawers
Paragraph If it is the storage that is lacking in your child's room, consider choosing a bed that contains large drawers. They will be perfect for storing all the toys lying around without taking up extra room in the room.
A cabin bed
Alinéa And if your child does not have enough room in his room, offer him a bed which will also be a play area! For example, this structure is both a bed and a playhouse for the day. The bonus: storage hidden under the bed.
A hidden room
Leroy Merlin Finally, in this room, the space is entirely dedicated to play because the beds are hidden behind storage. All in a compact module that saves space in the room.