A CUSTOM PROJECT: ISABEL AND DELIA'S ROOM

Our prospective customers frequently ask us how we work on a custom project. Should we do a home consultation? Designing a child's room is a process that often starts with a showroom visit. Like the Oliver family did one Saturday afternoon. Upon their visit we discussed their needs and showed them a range of bunk beds and loft beds for their daughters.

The showroom visit was followed up by a home consultation. Upon our visit we found out the girls were still sleeping in toddler beds and didn't have enough storage space. The existing room (pictured below) seemed large enough to create different configurations.

We presented several layouts to our customers and we settled on two customized Dumbo loft beds plus some additional storage. The beds would share the stairs. In a corner room with floor-to-ceiling windows we knew that some light could be blocked by our beds.

The girls enjoy going up and down the stairs and using the drawers to store all their costumes. The spaces under the beds are "room size" for the children's scale.