At Moblerone catalog They give us many options at affordable prices to decorate children's bedrooms and juveniles. In my case, I have been “hooked” on three of them that for me are to some extent equivalent but in which you can work according to the personality of each one since they usually let everyone choose the color scheme.
In the first one, which you have on these lines, we see a compact option for cases in which there is not much space. The bed is framed in a bridge whose top is a bookcase that can be filled with books or toys, while on the side we have a two-door closet.
This model of child's bedroom It also has a trundle bed that is removed from under the normal bed and has drawers at the bottom of the whole. Faced with the inconvenience of a higher bed, it seems like a good solution when two children have to share the room.
The bedroom you have on these lines is already for older children to incorporate the desk Where to do homework. In this case the advantage of the multiple drawers that the previous one had was lost but the possibility of using the table as a bedside table to support the books and glasses during the night is gained. Of course, the idea of the trundle bed is respected although I do not see clearly how it will be used when it is necessary to remove it because I am afraid that it hits the bed.
Finally I wanted to bring you a more traditional proposal in which the bed is separated of the rest of the furniture instead of being integrated as in the previous cases. The good thing about these environments is that they are full of space to store things like the chiffonier or the bedside table, along with the closet that is larger than the previous ones although you have to give up having more space in the room.
Notice how in this case we should put a desk apart from the other furniture and how we have missed the bottom of the bed where at first sight there is no other trundle bed (although it could be put where appropriate). These bedrooms do not quite convince me since I see them as a waste of space but I understand that there are people who still do not like the schemes of beds embedded in a bridge.
Of these three solutions that I give you I would probably keep the second one since I love the idea of have a desk in the same room where you can do your homework, read or just let your imagination fly. Of course, the color blue would be that of the Moblerone catalog that I like the most.