Design Dilemma: Two Kids, One Room
For years, it was the norm for children to share a bedroom. And today, with tighter economic times, it may again become the norm for one bedroom to house two or maybe even three kids. Good news is, there are more and more furniture options to keepÂ the children’s bedroom neat and organized, no many how many kids sleep there.
Above, from the collection of Doimo City Line comes a bed system complete with two beds, staircase, storage unit and shelves. Kids and belongings fit neatly into small spaces. The stairway and top bunk bedÂ slides and can easily be moved when necessary.
Below, the Cabrio 90 by Clei (www.clei.it), on the left is a system that converts a desk to a single bed. On the right is the Telemaco 125, a system that allows a murphy-style bed to fold down from the wall. Components are available separately but the entire system pictured here, including the two beds, bookshelves and closet, costs about $10,400.
Below, a sliding bed and desk systemÂ of Oh!Razio by Zalf (www.gruppoeuromobil.com) allows two kids to easily coexist in one space. Also pictured are the Alterna wardrobe system and the Luna chair. Together, as pictured, the room costs about $10,280.