The medieval theme is a very popular theme among many young children. Many parents like to decorate their children's rooms to fit the theme with shields, swords, banners and flags. But the best way to really strengthen the medieval theme is with a castle.
You can create this castle using a low mezzanine bed. Many low beds can be converted to castle beds using tent covers that pass over the loft and also around the lower deck.
The covers of the tent may look like impenetrable castle walls. with doors and windows of the castle. The upper loft is another layer of fortress, topped with towers, banners and of course access to the ladders, ideal for invasions and castle seats.
The beds of the castles are very well placed. Having a lot of props will appear haphazard and messy, but the low loft bed will help to unify all of this and give the room a proper theme.
Shields and swords can now be used to decorate the mezzanine bed or bedroom walls such as the coat of arms, and if they are not used, you can also store them in the castle bed, keeping the room clean and tidy.
Besides the furniture and objects, the walls of the rooms can also be painted to accentuate the medieval look. You can paint the walls to include hills and landscapes with distant castles, just like in movies and games. Or you can have dragons (if you have very good artists for your painters) and caves with treasure treasures. Imagine how much your kids are going to have fun. It will be so good that you want a bed of your own castle.
And what's a themed room if you do not have a lot of things to play in the room? With a low loft castle bed, your kids can have hours and hours of fun playing and playing their friends in the room.