The first thing to know is exactly what fitted bedroom furniture is. One of the problems most of us find today is that families are bigger, while living spaces are smaller. It seems that kid’s bedrooms today are tiny, and there just isn’t enough space for them to have all of their stuff, as well as space to move around, let alone have any friends over. Apartments are especially bad for this problem, and even what is a so-called ‘master bedroom,’ is just a little bigger than what would be considered as a standard room.
There are basically two different types of fitted bedroom furniture. One of these is furniture that is built into the room, so that as much of the floor space remains available. Inset wardrobes, built in drawers, and raised beds with plenty of storage space underneath are some perfect examples of fitted furniture.
This kind of fitted furniture doesn’t have to just be in the bedroom; any room of the house with built in furniture is considered. While harder to find in retail stores, you can find an abundance of online sites that can custom make just about any kind of fitted furniture you need.
Most of us don’t have the kind of money needed to spend on custom fitted bedroom furniture, some of which has to be shipped and professionally installed. We just want to find ways to expand our living spaces, and utilize as much area as well can. In this case, there are an enormous amount and selections of fitted furniture available as well, and you don’t always have to go on the internet to find it.
Stacking chairs and stools are one example of fitted furniture. They are ideal for when you have guests, because there is seating for everyone, yet when the company has gone, they can be stacked up in a corner, taking up very little space.
You can get desks and dining tables that are attached to the wall, and fold up when not in use, opening up plenty of needed walking areas. There are also corner book cases, entertainment centers and curio cabinets to choose from, which will fit perfectly into a mostly unused space any way, keeping all of your electronics, books, and keepsakes safely tucked away, but still at easy reach.
For bedrooms, especially kids rooms, there are many choices as well. If you have a child that is in a small room, then consider a loft bed, or bunk beds. These are really your best choices when it comes to smaller bedrooms, and for many reasons. A loft bed is similar to a bunk bed, without the bottom bunk.
Instead, the lower area can accommodate a number of different space saving items, desks, bookshelves, and even complete wardrobes. The loft can be set up along the wall in the middle of the room, or in a corner area, depending on where the ladder to the bed itself is located. This gives your child an abundance of room, without compromising bed space.
Bunk beds are a piece of fitted bedroom furniture that has seen a dramatic change over the last few decades. No longer are they the huge bulky items they once were, and there are a multitude of different styles. What used to be considered standard bunk beds have evolved, with plenty of storage space under the bottom bunk, recessed lighting and shelf space on the top bed for added storage.
They have some added length, but this extra space is made into shelves that both children can utilize. There are L or T shaped bunk bed set ups, as well as ones that have folding futon couches, acting as an extra seating area during the day, and a bed at night.