The children's room for two girls is dominated by a pastel pink color in combination with natural oak wood.
The entrance to the attic room is visually separated from the rest of it by means of built-in wardrobes and a dividing wall of bunk beds. Under the sloping ceiling with windows, there is a desk with storage space and two places to sit. Thanks to the skylights, they are offered plenty of daylight. The table continues into the corner storage area connected to the built-in wardrobes. There is also a perforated panel on the wall serving as a bulletin board and shelves copying the slope of the ceiling.
The other corner of the desk serves for a change as a seating area equipped with padded cushions and space for storing things. The lower bed is partially hidden under the upper one, creating a kind of safe haven for the child with its own library. The upper bed is equipped with a safety net and lights, and there is also a small library of its own. In addition to the colorful wallpaper, an interesting element here is also the floral pendant lamp.
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