Although twins may look alike, their personalities and habits can be worlds apart. Even if there are no twins in the family, the entire home should maintain unity with the same style. However, the most considerate design is to create rooms with different feelings for family members according to their different habits and preferences.
As children grow older and need more space for activities and storage, consider designing a loft bed for each twin. The design is of the same style but not exactly the same, so that both of them have a quiet place to rest, and each has an independent bed. The wardrobe will not mess up the clothes.
Both loft beds use stair cabinets to climb up, which is easier and safer for children. However, there are different methods for the storage function of the stair cabinets. One is a "drawer + cover cabinet", and the other is a "drawer + cover cabinet". It is a "cover cabinet + open cabinet". In addition, due to different storage methods, the matching of outer panels will also be different.
[Drawer + cover cabinet]
All cabinets open in the direction of the stairs, and the white covers make it easier for children to learn to open drawers and put away things by themselves. The drawer is easy to open and close, and can be used safely by children. It is also very airtight and does not allow dust to fall off.
[Cover cabinet + open cabinet]
The highest and lowest steps use cover cabinets, while the middle two steps become open cabinets on the left side of the stairs. The advantage of this design is that the open cabinets can use up the height of the stair cabinet, unlike drawers that can only use every space. The height of the stairs. However, open-style cabinets must have no lids on the sides, which has many restrictions.
The wood grain design uses horizontal and vertical grains as steps to create a simple aesthetic.
There are wardrobes on the lower level of the two loft beds, but the direction and door design of the wardrobes are a little different, which is also based on the different living habits of the twins. One is a wardrobe with a swing door on the long side, and the other is on the short side. Sliding door wardrobe.
[Wardrobe with swing doors on the long side]
The long side design of the swing-door wardrobe loft bed has a relatively small width limit, so it is no problem to use up the space on the lower floor. However, swing doors need to reserve space in front to open and close the door, which requires a relatively large space.
[Sliding door wardrobe on the short side]
The sliding door wardrobe is designed against the short side of the loft bed, taking up no space other than the bed frame, and there is no need to reserve a position for opening the door. It is suitable for smaller rooms, but the storage capacity will be a little less than that of the flat door wardrobe.
Although the sliding door wardrobe does not require a position to close the door, the design direction of the short side means that the lower floor must be kept clear to facilitate the storage of clothes.
Lower level layout
Although the upper floors of both beds are the same, the layout of the lower floor can be designed to be completely different. One is a row of lockers, and the other is an open activity space.
[A whole row of lockers]
A whole row of storage cabinets have the same depth, which creates a neat visual effect, and also has a large storage capacity. The L-shaped white cabinet doors also make the room brighter and more durable.
[Open activity space]
In another room, the lower level of the loft bed is planned as an open activity space. There is less storage space, but a lightweight desk can be placed at any time to meet the needs of growth.
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