Like before- our purpose was to find beds for everyone. My kids still want to share a room. That's fine as they are still young enough that will work. The other room will be designated as their playroom until they decided they need separate spaces. Originally we searched for beds that had storage underneath but when the kids kept insisting on bunk beds we agreed on this:
This also comes with a desk. And since toys will not be in the room, we actually have space to add an additional student desk so each will have their own private space.
|We included this in the write up|
When it came to the master bedroom, my husband and I continue to butt heads. I couldn't understand his need for a white bedroom. When I bluntly asked him why- he said because he wants the room to still feel open and light. That, I can understand. It's the reason why I wanted those glazed hazelnut Rushmore cabinets so bad. So I agreed to a distressed type white for our bedroom furniture. I still can't come to terms with his instance on a queen size bed in the size of the master we have. He feels that the queen bed is plenty of room and says that when he rolls over he never rolls over onto me. LIES! I sleep on the edge rather frequently and yes,an wayward arm or leg does smother me from time to time. With all that, I didn't argue too much when we wrote the order up for this in a queen:
The distressed look for this brand is called "worn linen". We also added two night stands but no dresser or chest of drawers. We plan on customizing our walk in a little later to hold all of our clothes. Guess I am going to have to down size so he can have space in the closet. The things we do for the ones we love. *giggle