Children have unrestricted imagination. In furnishings, they imagine secret places, spaces for adventures, steps and towers, curtains and hideaways, and even a wolf’s den. At night, a wall lamp fastened to the shaped side panel provides light Practicality can be great fun. A real design project organizes space, incorporating functions to provide an overall solution that is simple and bright. Two bunk beds, the lower one with curtains and shaped side panel for inserting a wall lamp, a desk at the top, steps with storage drawers, doors for a storage unit and for the wonderful small room for play with D. 200cm.
The Luna bunk bed…on going inventions The top bed is reached via two steps with storage drawers. But what if more space for studying comfortably seated at the adjoining desk is required? The answer is simple. During the day, the first step is closed, while at bedtime, it can be pulled out with a simple movement. The bed also slides to reveal a corridor, a secret passage to the most beautiful dreams. What about the step? It can be pulled out with a simple movement…
A Luna bunk bed and a wardrobe closet with Magica door The two stars of this bedroom are two solutions for optimizing space and personalizing its layout. The Luna bunk bed combines the practicality of the two bunk beds with a depth of just 90cm and a patented sliding system without floor-level runners. The shape changes to provide more space in the bedroom by day and to reveal a corridor to the top bunk bed at night, made safer with a new safety rail, which can be opened to make tidying up easier. The Magica door of the wardrobe closet is ideal for personalizing space and finishes. Steps and access corridor. A versatile wardrobe closet with a new sliding door system fits into any space. With its vertical door frame, even the most difficult spaces can be furnished with a custom-sized wardrobe. The sections of the Magica door are available in different finishes: melamine, lacquer or methacrylate. Custom-sized wardrobe closet. Provides made-to-measure height, depth and any angle.
A study corner as deep as the steps. A bedroom for a child who needs a cot, with a changing unit tucked away under the high sleeper bed. The same bedroom for when play is the main activity, under the high sleeper bed equipped with cushions and deep drawers. Once again, the same bedroom can be used for studying when the child has grown, and is old enough to use a computer and entertain friends etc. With a few small alterations, the bedroom changes, too.