Girls loft bunk beds – Omits individual, personal space for each roommate is difficult in a small bedroom. Loft beds help solve this problem. When each girl has a loft bed, so each has an area under ceiling to do with as she pleases, whether she chooses to create a desk, a reading nook, or a dresser or small wardrobe for extra closet space. If loft beds are excluded set up two single beds or a set of bunk beds and give each girl her owns dresser and a thin but high set of shelves for display and storage.
If your two girls are in dire need for some privacy, hang a long curtain rod or curtain track on ceiling and use bright, beautiful panels or thin literally divide space. Monitors or robust shelving can also function as room dividers. For a more subtle, visual division, put a small rug in every girls loft bunk beds, or paint half room a girl’s favorite color and other half of room other girl’s favorite color.
If it is appropriate to combine every girls loft bunk beds favorite color, such as pink and purple, or combine their interests, such as dance and gymnastics, you can easily give each girl her own individualized part of room without room look awkward. If their interests and favorite colors do not go well together at all, it can get a bit tricky, unless they are both willing to compromise. Get them to agree on a third color which is neither favorite, but that they both like and then assign them each a wall for their individual bulletin and favorite posters or framed art.