Twin Bed With Bookcase Headboard – Space next to a bed and over the typical header section is significant for storing books and media equipment. Planning this space wisely will create a pleasant reading space before bed and keep the room cleaner. Using only a small space on each side of the bed takes up little space on the floor, but produces several shelves to place the art objects, books, and baskets to store personal items.
Plan the space as something from a well-organized wall unit, which will probably become the focal point of the wall of the room. Measure the width of the bed space and the area of the usable wall. Use these measures to plan the wall unit on the paper. Allow 36-48 inches on both sides of the bed for a twin bed with bookcase headboard. Construction plan of each shelf 6 feet high with a platform that connects the top. Build this shelf to reach the full width of the unit from left to right to unify the structure.
Draw the shelf unit with all the space around the bed on the graph paper. Use a square of graph paper to represent 4 inches. Draw shelves that arrive from top to bottom on each side of the unit. Plan the space of the twin bed with bookcase headboard12 inches away on both sides of the bed. Design an additional shelf under the main header platform to reach the other side of the bed.