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Stylish bunk beds are hard to find in a world filled with amazing furniture options. This is why we prepared a list of 30 Fresh Space-Saving Bunk Beds For Your Home to help you guide your search for the best ideas on how to display bunk beds in your children’s room. Space might be a problem for large families in urban dwellings, but the existing furniture market offers many opportunities to have a well-designed kids room with plenty of storage space and room for a restful, good night’s sleep. Kids would love to have a place to help them grow in a playful space, but sometimes, space issues can interfere with your plans. This is the time when you should consider a bunk bed – it utilizes small spaces to the maximum.
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Oh my goodness gracious!!! I haven't been THIS excited about a project since my ladder laundry rack ! (Well, the mom cave is pretty exciting, too - but that's not done yet!:)~ Anyway.
Posted by Jules on Monday, October 24, 2011 · 30 Comments A couple of years ago I avoided buying a shoe rack for Mikey’s room–shoe racks have never worked for me–by storing all his shoes in one of the large bottom drawers in his closet. This worked well when he was a toddler with limited shoes. Now that he is seven years old and active in both school and athletics, the system is failing. The drawer is still large enough to hold his shoes, but the result is a jumbled mess of scuffed and dirty shoes. I know not to expect pristine shoes with a son who plays every second of recess, but I did want to keep his dressy sneakers in better condition, especially since he only uses them for monthly liturgy at school.