Intelligent storage - the best thing you can do for your child
To your children, their room is a bedroom and a living room and playground and study and a dressing room - at the same time. At some point they will demand you knock first - or even keep out of their space. So it is no wonder it feels like a challenge to design a kid's room, and if your are looking for pointers and inspiration, maybe this storage guide can help you. Here's a list of suggestions and perspectives, that can help you with the storage side of the challenge.
#1 Think "up" - liberate the floor.
A kid's room is usually small in size - and no matter the age, the bed tends to get priority on the square meters. Young children like the floor because this is where they play - and narrow floor space clutter easily with toys. For teenagers, a cramped room can be frustrating - so in general, since there is is no adding m2's , you can create af sense of space by "liberating the floor". Allow only the necessary furniture on the floor and make full use of them. In terms of storage this means making use of the full height of the walls. This is why tall wardrobe cabinets are an excellent idea - or built-in sliding door wardrobes. Have a talk with a Kvik store consultant