Published at Monday, 06 January 2020. Kids Room. By Martin Tischner.
As kids get older they are going to need a space to get homework done, or at least pretend to get homework done. Finding space to squeeze in a desk can be tricky in a smaller bedroom so look for neglected spaces that could be put to good use – alcoves are perfect for this – then install a small desk or even a shelf and you`ve got a work space.
Curtains are always lovely in children"s bedrooms, as the soft drape of fabric will only add to the whole cosy vibe we mentioned earlier, but if space is limited blinds or shutters are always your best bet. Solid shutters are ideal for blocking out light if your child (and by extension you) have forgotten what sleep is. Blinds are functional too, just make sure you choose one with a black out lining and fit a safety device to keep the cord out of the way.
Having kids makes having a good amount of storage even more important. Because while kids may not take up a lot of space, all of their stuff does. Sometimes I stand in the middle of the floor and wonder how my son manages to accumulate so much stuff. So much of it is small, which presents the unique challenge of having to store it and keep it from getting lost. We live in a studio apartment, and while we have a surprising amount of storage space for something so tight, I still need more. That means I have to find pieces that will fit well into our space, which means sometimes I have to get creative
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