Andrew Diesel. Design. October 11th , 2017.
If there is one general feature that describes all teenage rooms, that’s notorious mess. Teenagers know how to clutter, and they do it with such professionalism that cleaning takes ages to be completed. One of the reasons why this is happening is the huge pile of personal belongings they have no room for, and that’s at least something you can think of in advance. We recommend you to optimize your storage solutions, as for instance inbuilt storage bed frames and hidden drawers, adjustable shelving, memo-boards, or larger desks.
Children have their own image of the world, and start developing their own interests at the age of three. Unless you’re designing a baby room, you should think about their wishes and opinions. Obviously, you’re not supposed to follow blindly their irrational choices, but rather to think whether they’re really feasible. Talk to your kids and try to find out which their favorite colors, shapes, cartoon heroes, or hobbies are; and options will start presenting themselves. Internet and inspirational magazines are also a great source of ideas.
Assuming you have enough space in your closet room; you could benefit from a removable dressing item in the middle. The item can play the role of a dressing island, where you pile different items before making the ‘life-time decision’ of what to wear. Few trays, additional shelves, or boxes can store your shoes and your accessories; and could be decorated in the same manner as the ‘island’ is.