You are a college student looking for your independency so you go to live on campus. Unfortunately, this means having to share a small dorm with someone else. If you asked any person who lived in a campus they will tell you about some frustrations that come with living in a small place. Here are some points to help you minimize the negatives and maximize the advantages of a small room.
To increase your small space, go for a metal bunk bed to share with your room mate. You have a range starting with twin bunk beds to full over full bunk beds. Depending on the material of the bed there will be advantages and disadvantages. If you have a small budget, go for metal that stays for a long time if you used it correctly. Metal beds add style also it add functionality to your room.
Go for wood if you want a classic look as wood goes well with any decor. Any stain you are going to use will blend with any décor you or your room mate will use. A disadvantage of wood beds, that they are expensive more than metal beds. A great advantage of wood beds, they can come with a built-in saving place that, don’t come with bunk beds.
Bunk beds with drawers are a great choice as they combine optimization of space with functionality. You don’t have to sacrifice your walking space any more, just use the drawers to store your clothes and prized stuff.
Also there are bunk beds with drawers and desks built in them. So you will increase your space by using your bed as a bed, desks and drawers and have the rest of the room for yourself. Follow the previously mentioned points to have your space in any place you want.
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