Have you ever found the most comfortable bedroom design and made it feel at home? 90% of bedrooms that fulfill the ideal criteria use a simple bedroom design with high functionality. So, a simple bedroom design that makes you comfortable doesn’t depend on the room area. However, creating a simple bedroom design is not as easy as it sounds. This is because bedrooms tend to have large types of furniture, such as wardrobes or mattresses. With the lack of space to explore, many are frustrated and negligent in decorating their bedrooms wholeheartedly.
Do children have to have their own bedroom? of course yes. Does sharing a bedroom with siblings not give them privacy? the answer, of course not. In many families; with two or more children; often we meet a child sharing a bedroom area with their siblings. This is common everywhere. Children may be considered not to have their own privacy and sharing space with their siblings is the best choice.
Children who share a bedroom provide many benefits. Sharing space will teach children how to negotiate; how to compromise; and how to overcome conflict; all of which are special and important skills that every child must have. In some situations, although there are other areas or other bedroom spaces available for children, parents often prefer to place their children in one bedroom. This is based on a variety of reasons, one of which is not yet necessary for them to have their own private areas. It’s different from the time of puberty or going to adulthood, children are allowed to have their own bedroom space. In addition to their insistence and request, children are considered mature enough to get privacy.
When we have closed our eyes we will not pay attention to how much the bedroom we occupy. But having a room that is spacious, comfortable and comfortable is seen as an important thing for us when we are active and want to rest. Having a place that is not wide is not an obstacle to having all the space you need. Look at the idea of the cabinet on which there is a mattress. To climb into the bed slide the drawer embedded in the same cabinet used. It would be very difficult to be able to imagine our children could have a tolerance when they grew up in a space they considered a private fortress. How can we hope they can have the ability when they grow up; to be able to tolerate others who snore, roll over, play with the telephone, or wake up in the middle of the night.
If we raise our children to share space with others and even with ourselves at night, they might grow up with a little conflict, share a little more, and care for others just as they care about themselves. Happy decorating.