Because most of the design themes of modern bedrooms are very elaborate and have too many elements, they tend to crowd the walls and headboards of the beds. It is believed that in this kind of bedroom, the flow of qi is constrained, leading to a restless sleep. The owner won't be able to maximize the potential of a good sleep because the life force doesn't flow freely.
If the room is for brothers or sisters who have to share then check out the range of bunk beds in solid European Oak now on the market, beautifully hand-crafted they are very substantial and bunks are efficient space savers. Or loft style beds are perfect for school age children with the bed at the top and a desk and chair directly underneath for studying. Or if it's a guest or spare room to be furnished then why bother with a proper bed at all? Choose instead a sofa bed or futon and just pull it out when needed, add dressing tables and stools and it's complete.
The goal of interior designer Joann Means and her husband, master carpenter Johnny Means is to help make kids' dreams come true, be they special needs kids or any other type of kid. Joann and Johnny and their team at Sweet Dream Children's Interiors http://www.sweetdreambed.com have already designed and built at least one special needs bed, a custom castle bed that delighted both parents and child.
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