Some time ago I showed you this very nice: Custom designed room, and it’s looking like you've liked it! Today I have another great example how to create modern kid's room. When Angelika and Andreas Zenkl moved to Sydney’s Paddington they asked a designer, Angy Ertel of Ertel Design to create a playful and functional space for their daughters, Aimee and Camille.
“It was tricky to fit in a bunk bed, desk and lots storage but still leave space for play”. Aimee and Camille’s room was designed with storage in mind, with its mix of open and closed shelving. Large toy drawers under the shelving units and bench seat… “Since it’s a quite a small space, I wanted everything to connect” says Any. Books and toys are displayed on open shelving, with a gap below and section to allow it to be used as an extra desk. Angy about the design of the bunk bed: “ I designed it with flexibility in mind so that if the girls don’t want to share further down the track, the top bunk can be removed and the room will still look great. A drawer under the bed holds a mattress for sleepovers.“
Do you like this compact and elegant space?
It’s a great example that even when we don’t have plenty of space, with good ideas we can create a unique room for our kids. Well done!
pictures via : Insideout - Australia