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How to turn an ordinary bedroom into a kid’s multifunctional playroom with study, dress up, shelving, and sleeping loft

Growing up, every kid wants a bedroom of his or her own, customized to personality and full of the things they love to do. That’s the purpose that this multifunctional playroom/bedroom serves.

Of course, most homes simply don’t have the space for a permanent playroom, but Heidi, a thirty-something mother of two, used tiny house logic to transform her daughter’s bedroom into a four-year-old’s dream come true.

With the help of her carpenter husband, Heidi turned an average sized bedroom into a little girl’s ideal space. A desk and chair, dress up area, spacious shelving unit and loft bed all fit comfortably in their design.

A vibrant wall paper makes the play space pop and gives the design a more spacious feel. Homework is more exciting for a four year old when completed at their own personal desk in a chair their size.

Kids' multifunctional playroom study dress up shelving sleeping loft all in one room

Photos Courtesy of Heidi

I encourage you to check out the rest of the photos and details below: When the schoolwork is put away, just fold the desk up against the wall to create more play space. The boxy little room makes a great stage, too! For those with theater-inclined youngsters, a simple curtain would complete the theater theme.

Perhaps the most unique aspect of this room design is the dress up nook. It’s a tiny space but a hanging rack turns the hard to reach back corner into a handy closet space. Jewelry hooks and a full length mirror complete this ideal child sized boudoir.

Kids' multifunctional playroom study dress up shelving sleeping loft all in one room

Heidi clearly has a great design and knows what her daughter loves. This design puzzle pieces together all parts of a child’s life into an attractive and easy to clean space that both parent and child enjoy.

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Written by Newt Stremple for Tiny House Talk

Source: http://knaehojkarse.blogspot.com/2011/05/projekt-pigevrelse.html

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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