Storage needs are different in girls room and boys room...
To your children, their room is a bedroom and a living room and playground and study and a dressing room - at the same time. But the mix up of these functions vary with their fantasy and fascination, and you are probably already adapting to their personality
For "tomboyish" tendency
Play time is NOW, and all toys need to be on the floor. For this our deep and wide cabinets are great homes for big plastic containers wiht toys or gadget is bulks. Kvik Laminate are robust and easy to clean.
For "princess-ish tendency
Dressing up and fitting on is very visual and clothes and accesories can start a never ending story - if displayed nicely in proper cabinets and ward drobes
Activate the "tidy up" DNA
Your kids will be more involved in keeping thier room tidy if the storage facilitates their role in the process. But that does not require the furniture to lo
When it comes to storage we our advice is to support the budding grown up in them. Motivate them to
As with all our
That is why the organizing it is a real challenge to a grown up. As a parent you know exactly how much 'clothes and stuff' they need it takes , so storage needs to ample, and at the same time focused to support the growing independence and vanity. And these needs can change over night. What stays is the need for storage, that is flexible and spaceous - because football gear may turn to hockey next year.
naturally you know the best about your child's preferences - but if you look for the pointers and tips we at Kvik can help you with, this article is for you
Lets look at storage ideas the typical girls room, storage for the boys room and the general teenagers storage considerations,
Separate storage from entertainment
Storage is about keeping things accesible - but sometimes you are presented tochildres storage furniture that are designed as a theme park. It is of course an option to go down that road, and give your child the gift of a cupboard that