Children's bedrooms can be a real headache if you don't have a clear idea of what main function you are looking for in that space. Everything will depend on the age of the children, as they need room to play with toys. You should take into account leaving space to store toys. If what you need is to study quietly, you should know what type of comfortable desk is best suited.
It will also depend on the kind of bedrooms the house has. The office room can be considered as a place of study when the child grows and it will not be necessary to change the furniture.
Below, we have compiled a number of key ideas to organize a child's bedroom as efficiently as possible.
AGE GROUP FROM 0 TO 5 YEARS
In this period, it is usual to choose the folding cot to be able to convert into a bed in later years, or directly a bed with a barrier to prevent children from falling while sleeping.
It is common to leave a play space with all the toys along with good storage so everything can be kept in the same room.
AGE GROUP FROM 5 TO 10 YEARS
In this age group we can already begin to think about a bed with a view to the future, therefore, it is advisable to choose the size well to avoid unnecessary expenses.
The storage space thinking about toys will vary, because they will no longer be the same as in the previous section. Therefore, a dresser can be a good option to have everything more visible and within reach.
AGE RANGE FROM 10 YEARS ON
Here we enter a relatively complex age, where children demand more attention in studies and a big desk and more room is necessary to dedicate time to homework and exams.
The bed can be larger than in the previous age group, approximately 1.05m.
If there is more than one child at home and the ages are relatively similar, the idea of sharing a room and placing bunk beds is a good option to save space and take advantage of the space in the room.