4 ready-made variants of kopeck plan for a family with a child -


When a family has a child, even a spaciouskopecks can become uncomfortable. Today, interior designer Inga Azhgirey will tell readers how to make a sharp redevelopment with a minimum of construction works. It is worthwhile to clarify that today it will go about the houses of typical construction of the series II-18/12 B. Inga Azhirei Since childhood, Inga loved to draw. She graduated from art school, then artistic lyceum, specializing in "decorative painting artist". She studied at the Moscow State University in the Faculty of Design and Applied Arts on the artist-designer. Inga Azhirei worked in different companies. Now he is engaged in private practice, and also holds adult and children's master classes on the theme of painting and decor. Inga Ajgirey offers us three options for redeveloping the room under the following conditions:

  • The bearing wall is one - between the rooms;
  • in houses gas stoves, so with the kitchen no modifications are made;
  • bathroom and toilet are also unchanged;
  • in variants of redevelopment we proceed from the fact that the potential customer wants to manage a minimum of construction work;
  • existing walls are marked gray, and the partition walls are green.

Option 1.Shared dressing room We assume that the walls do not need to be broken, and the child is between the ages of 7 and 16. We give the child the back room. In it we will organize a dressing room intended for both parents and their children. And we make the curbstones at the parent's bed higher (for storing underwear, for example). If you organize an additional wardrobe by the bed along the wall for the child's clothes, then the dressing room will be completely at the disposal of the parents. We set aside the far part of the living room for the sleeping place for adults. It can be separated from the living room itself with textiles or sliding screens. Remember that the construction of partitions is not intended. You only need an additional partition that lengthens the sleeping area and allows you to put a wardrobe. Place a compact bed in the bedroom area. This will ensure an unobstructed approach to it from both sides, and each parent can organize their own personal cabinet. The sleeping area can be placed on the podium for additional storage. Also, nothing prevents us from moving the bed to the wall and making the sleeping place wider - then the fabric headboard and textile trim along the wall will look cozy. Thus, we get the zoning of the living room and bedroom. Option 2.Full wardrobe and mini-dressing room We assume that the child is from 0 to 5 years old, and we need to make it so that parents can easily take care of their baby. So, the back room is allocated for the bedroom of the parents and the child. We place a cot, a changing table, a small sofa by the window (but do not forget about high-quality glazing to prevent any drafts). You can also add a cozy "unwashed" carpet. Lighting is best done with a dimmer. We separate the children's area from the adult, for example, with a cozy curtain. Thin or dense - you decide. In the parent area, it is advisable to organize a deep closet and a small dressing room. When the baby grows up and your bed "moves" into the living room, the nursery will take the place of the parent's bed, and the entire wardrobe can be taken away for storing children's things; mini-dressing room will remain for adults. As you can see, a small office with storage space has been organized in the living room. Option 3. Turning to gsps.Common crawl en This option seems to us the most attractive, but it requires a mandatory contact with the redevelopment approval service ( You can take your project or sketch and go to the redevelopment approval service. She will soon make her decision and tell you what can be done and how, and what is not recommended to do. Without the approval and consideration of such an application, such a layout is absolutely impossible to carry out. If you have agreed on this option, then hurray! Parents will have a decent dressing room in direct access, and they don't have to go through the nursery all the time. The nursery, in this case, is a closed room with a wardrobe for everything you need. Option 4.Large bedroom with work area This option is suitable for a family with a baby. In the living room we are building a partition and in the back of it we are making a large dressing room. It is worth noting that this will visually reduce the room itself. In the bedroom for the parents' bed, we set aside the farthest corner. On the edge, the parent who will approach the child more often should sleep. Near the bed, you can organize a small workplace or a dressing table and a small wardrobe with the most necessary clothes. We leave the children's area in its original place. This option is perfect for you if it is fundamentally important that there is no bed in the living room. We hope that the advice on re-planning from Inga Azhiri will help you to transform your apartment into a stylish and ergonomic home for you and your child.