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Chiquit Brammall added this to Which are the Most-Saved Bedrooms on Houzz Singapore?
One for the kiddosThis bespoke platform with study desk design isn’t just for small spaces – in fact, many Houzzers have saved it as inspiration or reference for their kids’ bedroom. It’s a smart use of space, and actually quite kid-friendly too as you won’t have to worry about the kids rolling off their beds in their sleep.TELL USDid you save any of these bedrooms in your ideabook? Let us know if you agree with these choices in the Comments section.MORE Browse Singapore bedrooms
Chiquit Brammall added this to Why Build a Platform Bed
2. It’s child-friendlyChildren are prone to rolling off their beds, so many parents eschew a traditional bed frame for a mattress placed on the floor, or in this case, the platform.5 Rules for Designing Your Child’s Bedroom3. It automatically delineates zonesWhether you’re separating the study from the sleep space, or some other function, a platform is a physical boundary signifying a change in function or use of the space. In this room, a study desk is incorporated in the platform’s design, and the step-and-a-half up to the beds signals the change of zones in the room.
Niki Bruce added this to Best of the Week: 44 Fun and Fabulous Children's Rooms
5. Location: SingaporeDesigner: Posh HomeFeatures: A handy platform creates a study area, storage and enough space for two kids.

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Prareena Yingchol added this to Prareena's ideas
2 b3d neat,nice,good,great room
HU-828305985975933587615969101 added this to Bonus Room
I love the double sleeping area.

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