How to Put Dorm Room Beds Two

Sep 18th

A room can be doubly useful and dorm many family members if it is equipped with two dorm room beds. To fit them in the room, you need to have a bit of organizational knowledge. To make room for one person in a place where two can sleep, analyze the space and choose a configuration with two beds that will work well for the space and the people who will use them.

How Can You Organize dorm room beds
How Can You Organize dorm room beds

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  1. Place the dorm room beds side by side, with the headwaters leaning on a large wall. If there are no windows, measure the wall and place the beds at the same distance from each other and the side walls. If there is, put the beds on either side.
  2. Place the beds in opposite corners of the room, if space permits. This will give both people their own designated area.
  3. Use a bed loft. Instead of putting the two beds directly on the floor, raise your positioning options using a loft bed. Place it in a corner against a wall, and the bed on the floor against the wall and perpendicular to the headboards overlapping.
  4. Use bunk beds in small rooms. When dorm room beds do not fit comfortably in a room, bunk beds may be the only option.