We have chosen to live in close vicinity to the center of Copenhagen, and we have a smaller apartment with a garden, but the girls have to share a bedroom. It has been fine (and it is still fine) but I can feel that they are beginning to crave more of a personal space. So until we move somewhere bigger, I am looking for smart ways of updating their space, to be more suited for tweens, rather than small kids.
Here, I love the idea of floating beds hanging from the ceiling. With bunk beds, the kids are upstairs and downstairs, and trust me, some teasing and annoying one another is bound to happen. Here the beds are further apart, so that would work. I imagine this takes a bit of skill to do, but I am lucky as I have the Mr. and my Dad; – they can fix anything. Me – I’ll naturally supervise:)
This space looks great, grown up and cozy. Pallet beds are quite easy to make I imagine, and the girls can then have a corner of the room each. I would probably put a few shelves on the wall for their personal stuff. Could also be persuaded to assemble the bed on top of storage units, to get them off the floor, and also for easy storage.
I also like the idea of a long bed so they can sleep top and tails. I love this setup, as this would work for both sexes. All you need to do is accessorize, and then the room looks great. My only concern here could be that they may feel the urge to kick one another from time to time, and also – how long does the bed have to be! These girls are growing fast.
Audrey saw this set-up and almost fainted. She told me she wished we lived in the US as they seem to have so many cool things we can’t purchase here. Perhaps a small business idea – or a pending trip stateside. They could share a double bed, that would probably be the best solution, so I need to get my thinking cap on and figure out which solution would fit our lifestyle (and our girls) best.