With back to school days comes the challenge of accommodating, as space and functionality are concerned, the needs of a year older child and the changes he or she may require.
You will have to consider the age, the style, the need and most of all the character of your child. Keep in mind that functionality is something your kid needs to have a good time when coming home from school.
A creative space does not have to be exactly large but it can be set in a corner near a window with a soft green color on the walls and a computer desk with an integrated shelf, able to host the necessary things for the daily homework. This looks more like a work station, but it fits an active teenager.
Growing up comes with a larger number of organizational skills and sometimes the need of finding a safe haven for studying. The future Harvard graduate would fit in this space perfectly. Organized and smart home office concept this one fits a person for which studying is a way of life.
Let’s say your cute little angel is about to meet the kindergarten activities. It figures he will want to bring them home with all the cute mess and fuss that come with them.
A functional shelf system with rattan baskets that would allow you to keep toys in order and prevent stuff from getting lost is perfect for the little one’s room.
If daycare teaches cute little children the pleasure of drawing, painting and modeling you should encourage them to stay occupied at home too.
A shelves system with the bottom one turned into a working desk is perfect for the little one’s size. Consider that they will outgrow the furniture very fast and this type of organizing will save you cash and time.
Not yet a teenager, no longer a child, the right organizing for a future young lady’s room will look perfect in stripes of mauve and white. The bed softly integrated in a functional deck with drawers is surely something very smart but also very cute.
A boy of the same age would like a soft green plain and a simpler but quite similar drawer style bed.
Functional mounted shelves for books, geometrical lines and functionality at every step are the key ingredients for a smart organizing. Consider the age needs and the fact that school time will need to accommodate more than toys or video games.