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Box off the bedroomMake your child’s bedroom wall multi-task by creating the snuggliest of built-in beds. Deep cupboards each side of the bed can house toys and clothes. Add drawers beneath and high-level shelves over the bed to make best use of every last centimetre. You’ll have more floor space for play and for those large toys of early childhood.
Tell a toy storyWhen there are so many companions to share the bed with, sleeping space for its intended occupant can be in very short supply. Here, shelving’s been included overhead to accommodate favourites with room for more on the shelf beside the bed, so they can stay close at night.In a room where building in is not possible, try hanging shelves with a lip near the bed as a home for soft toys.How to conquer kids’ clutter
Work a little jungle chicIncorporating a dedicated storage space for soft toys makes sense, keeping them out of the way when not in use yet easy to see – and grab – in times of need. Here, this high cubbyhole fits in well with this animal-themed room, acting almost like a mini zoo.
Create a cocoon Turn your child’s bed into a cosy den with curtains they can draw themselves. If you don’t have bunks, create a similar effect by hanging a curtain around the head of the bed from the ceiling or a wall fitting. It will not only help keep in the warmth, it will give the bed a cocoon-like feel perfect for snuggling into.Discover why bunk beds make a great choice