Dear Mr.Pranav Gandhi,
Here are few tips before you start!
1. Don't sacrifice form for function
10. Save Space with Wall mounted Desk
Thanks and Regards,
Need help for the interiors of my new house which is too small
I Need some decorating ideas or some home interior design inspiration?
need helpfor home interior
Need help with choosing colors & some creative ideas for home office
Mr.Pranav Most Welcome
Before we suggest any ideas for your space we want to know the following -
1] Why do you need a work table as well as a study table?
2] What are the bunk beds for?
From the requirements given by you it seems as if you are clubbing your home office with the kids' bedroom. If you want a fully functioning space only one of these would work hence you will have to choose whether to use it as a home office or a kids' room.
Kindly answer these queries so that we can help you in a better way.
Here are a few suggestions:
1] Modular Office furnitureThis would be easy to move around if and when you need to relocate in the future. Avoid fixed furniture wherever possible.
2] Kid's BedThese days you get convertible cots that "grow" with you child. The are a good investment and take lesser vertical space as compared to bunker beds. You may find these online as well as in stores selling kid's stuff.
3] Study TableThe study table can serve you as well you child if you want. Since, you child is pretty young you may use it for your own work, storage, devices and printers. In the image below the study is designed to serve both kids and adults.
4] WardrobeSince this is going to be a fixed and lasting furniture unit, invest well. You may make it sustainable by cladding it with wallpaper which can subsequently change as per your child's requirements. Kids grow fast and with them their choices and muses change rapidly. Wallpapers come handy in such a case as compared to laminates which are more permanent.
Alternatively, you may opt for chalkboard laminates. These are low maintenance and can be written or drawn upon while being easily cleaned. The wardrobe can serve as a writing board for you too. This way both the purposes are served - yours and your kid's.
Hope these ideas inspire you. All the best!Regards,RnD AtelierNagpur
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Don't use every wall for woodwork. It will unnecessarily crowd up the space. You can use two walls (door wall and wall on the right) to place an L-shaped desk, partially tucked under a bunk bed along the right side 12'-0" wall. The rest of the space under the bed can house a wardrobe