Bedroom Design

Kids room decorating ideas

Kids room decorating ideas for need us, creating the need for creative solutions privacy. Splitting a shared room can reduce conflicts between children through space, toys, privacy, noise, having lights on or off and completely face while they are in close proximity. In addition to dividing the room, make sure that each child has their own storage sys lamps and toys. The same solutions can be used to divide a room for roommates adolescents or adults.

Build a wall
If space and budget allow, raises an additional wall to divide the room, it can be effective to divide solution literally in two. Access to the second room can be through a door or a sliding door in the new wall, or a new door to the outside installed in the second bedroom if the floor plan of your home allows. This solution offers the highest level of privacy for a shared room. By dividing a room, follow all applicable building codes and make sure each has appropriate fire escape route.

Kids room decorating ideas

 

Screens
A simple, inexpensive and attractive solution is to put screens for privacy in the center of the room. They can be moved, removed or rearranged at any time and are available in many styles and designs, including traditional Japanese style shoji screens. Itself does not require any permanent modification in the room. Are most appropriate for children or older adults, roommates who share a room, because the children can get small playing loudly in her room and hit the bottom of the screen. They do a good job to divide the visual space, but will not do much in terms of light and sound privacy.

Curtain
A curtain hung from the roof can be opened and closed at any time, allowing the room to work sometimes as one, and sometimes as two. A curtain also wastes a minimum of floor space and if a thick, heavy fabric is used, can help block the light and maybe some sound from the other side of the room.

 

Design Room
If privacy is not a concern with respect to children who share a bedroom, the room can be divided visually through design elements to make everyone feel like they had their own space within the room. Each half would have its own theme or color scheme. This configuration allows each child their own space clearly designated, with an added advantage of the juxtaposition of two different subjects in the same room can be a fun effect. For some time alone, each child could have a curtain that can be created around his bed.

Furniture
The furniture is a functional way to divide a bedroom. Cabinets or shelves placed back to back in the middle of the room separating the two halves of the room without taking up space with a functional divider that serves no other purpose. Another practical solution is to install an open shelf from ceiling to floor. The most important consideration when furniture are used, be sure that the furniture in the room can not be pulled or knocked down by children.